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AT RENT STATE TJNIY 




A Dramatization of the 1937-38 
College Year at Kent State 
University by the Editor and 
Business Manager of the 
Chestnut Burr, Randa Tozer 
and Ben McGinnis. 



A Rolling Campus 





MERRILL HALL 



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LIBRARY 




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TRUSTEES 



Left to Right: 

Major Roy H. Smith, Miss Alma Zinninger, Dr. Lebrick, John R. Williams, 

Pres., Jos. B. Hanan. 




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DEANS 



Dean Allyn 

Dean of the College of 
Business Admin'str-ation 



Dean Blair 

Dean of the College 
of Education 



Dean Verder 

Dean of Women 



Dean Williams 

Dean of the College 
of Liberal Arts 



Dean Manchesfer 

Dean of Men 



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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Dr. A. O. DeWeese, University Physician 



FINE ARTS 

Mr. Fred Denker, Head of the Department of Music 

Miss Nina Humphrey, Head of the Department of Art 

Dr. Maurice Baum, Head of the Department of Philosophy 



SPEECH, JOURNALISM, AND LIBRARY 

Mr. William D. Taylor, Jr., Head of the Dept. of Journalism 

Miss Margaret Dunbar, Librarian 

Mr. E. Turner Stump, Head of the Dept. of Speech 



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HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Dr. H. W. Hudson, Head of the Dept. of Economics 

Senator H. D. Byrne, Head of the Dept. of Political Science 

Dr. A. Sellew Roberts, Head of the Dept. of History 

Dr. James T. Laing, Head of the Dept. of Sociology 



GENERAL SCIENCES 

Dr. H. A. Cunningham, Head of the Dept. of Biology 

Dr. David Olson, Head of the Dept. of Geography and Geology 

Mr. J. T. Johnson, Head of the Dept. of Agriculture and Photography 

Dr. C. F. Rumold, Head of the Dept. of Physical Science and Chemistry 



EDUCATION 

Dr. D. W. Pearce, Head of the Dept. of Education and Psychology 
Miss G. Hazel Swan, Head of the Dept. of Kindergarten-Primary 






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COMMERCE AND MATHEMATICS 

Dean A. L. Allyn, Dean of College of Business Administration 
Dean R. E. Manchester, Head of the Dept. of Mathematics 



TRAINING SCHOOL AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Mr. C. S. Von Deusen, Head of the Dept. of Industrial Arts 
Dr. A. L. Heer, Director of the Training Schools 



LANGUAGES 

Dr. Anna Schafheitlin, Head of the Dept. of German 

Miss Isabelle Hazen, Head of the Dept. of Latin 

Mr, C. E. Satterfield, Head of the Dept. of English 

Dr. W. J. Burner, Head of the Dept. of Spanish 



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FACULTY 



AGRICULTURE 

Prof. John Thomas Johnson 
Prof. Merle E. Wagoner 

ART 

Prof. Nina S. Humphrey 
Prof. Harriet Adams 
Prof. Mary Kathryn Boswell 
Prof. Elmer Ladislaw Novotny 

BIOLOGY 

Prof. Harry A. Cunningham 

Dr. Constantine John Alexopoulos 

Prof. Ethel A. Gowans 

Prof. Stephen A, Harbourt 

Dr. Kenneth L. Kelley 

Asst. Prof. Philip Bombaci 

Prof. Ralph W. Dexter 

COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Prof. Arden L, Allyn 
Dr. William A. Ashbrook 
Prof. Cleo Crow 
Dr. Clarence C. Kochenderfer 
Prof. Marguerite Lamar 

EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY 
Dr. Daniel Wilson Pearce 
Dean John L. Blair 
Dr. Raymond M. Clark 
Dr. Amos L. Heer 
Dr. Edna Rickey Lotz 
Dr. Lester H. Munzenmayer 
Prof. Fren Musselman 
Dr. Alfred W. Stewart 



ENGLISH 

Prof. Chester E. Satterfield 

Dr. Florence Gray Beal 

Prof. Eric T. Griebling 

Prof. Laura E. Hill 

Prof. Harlan M. Hungerford 

Prof. Ada V. Hyatt 

Prof. Edgar Packard 

Prof. Edward H. Pake 

Dr. Kenneth Ralph Pringle 

Dr. Grace Bussing Sherrer 



GEOGRAPHY 
Dr. David Olson 
Prof. James R. Beck 
Prof. Edna Esther Eisen 



HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Dr. Arville Ottis DeWeese 
Prof. George J. Altmann 
Prof. Marie Hyde Apple 
Coach Joseph W. Begala 
Prof. Alice Gwendolyn Drew 
Dr. Elizabeth Ann Leggett 
Coach Raymond J. Novotny 
Prof. Arthur Clayton Poe 
Head Coach George Donald Starn 
Prof. Bertha E. Whitton 



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ROSTER 



HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 
Dr. A. Sellew Roberts 
Dr. Donald Anthony 
Prof. Herman DeWitt Byrne 
Dr. Henry Murray Dater 
Prof. Thomas E. Davey 
Prof. Mono Fletcher 
Dr. Hersel Wendell Hudson 
Dr. James Tomplin Laing 
Dr. Gertrude Lawrence 
Dr. Louis A. Tohill 
Dean Oscar H. Williams 
Dr. C. Stanley Corey 
Dr. John F. Cuber 
Prof. W. L, Wonnemacher 

HOME ECONOMICS 
Prof. Bertha L. Nixson 
Prof. Nona Isabel Jordan 
Prof. Osa Ell Woodring 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Prof. Clinton S. Van Deusen 
Prof. Elbert W. Tischendorf 
Prof. Adrian Van Wyen 

JOURNALISM 

Prof. William D. Taylor, Jr. 
Prof. A. Clarence Smith 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY 
Prof. G. Hazel Swan 

LATIN 

Prof. Isabelle Hazen 

MATHEMATICS 

Dean Raymond E. Manchester 
Dr. Foster Lindsey Brooks 
Dr. Frances Harshborger 
Dr. Emma J. Olson 
Prof. Harold P. Rogers 
Dr, Hugh E Stelson 



FRENCH 

Prof. Edith Belle Rowlen 
Dr. Grace M. Sproull 

GERMAN 

Dr. Anna Schafheitlin 

SPANISH 

Dr. Willis J. Burner 



MUSIC 

Prof 
Prof 
Prof 
Prof 
Prof 
Prof 



Florence M. Sublette 
Fred H. Denker 
Juliet Dowdy 
Elfleda Littlejohn 
Helen M. McCloffin 
Roy D. Metcalf 



PHILOSOPHY 

Dr. Maurice Baum 

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 

Dr. Christian F. Rumold 

Dr. Edward M. Collins 
Prof. Clarence L. Cook 

Dr. Allen W. Coven 

Dr. Glenn Q. Lefer 

Dr. Maurice B. Palmer 

Dr. Ronald Burns Spacht 



SPEECH 

Prof, E. Turner Stump 
Dr. Wilbur E. Moore 
Prof. Vivian Turner 
Prof. G. Harry Wright 



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And Your Classmates 



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Adiard 

B.S. in Ed. 



W. Ault C. Barber 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 4 yr. Elem. Ed. 

Pi Kappa Sigma 



G. Barkalow 

A.B. 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



J. Barrick 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



H. 



Baughman 

A.B. 



R. Beard 

A.B. 



H. Bittner 

B.S. in Ed. 



R. Blockinger 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



V. Boncila 

B.S. in Ed. 



C. Bradler 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



M. Brannon 

■ B.S. in Ed. 
^Pi Kappa Sigma 



R. Butler 

B.S. in Commerce 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



M. Braucher 

B.S. in Ed. 
Chi Delta 



B. Carr 

B.S. in Ed. 



Ben McGinnis 

Senior Class President — 4 . . . Senior Class 
Vice-President — 3 . . . Student Council — 1 
. . . Varsity "K" Club— 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity 
Football — 2 . . . Varsity Basketball — 2 . . . 
Varsity Track — 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Gym 
Team — 2, 3, 4 . . . Industrial Arts Club — 
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . President — 4 ... Chi Pi — 4 
. . . Blue Key — 4 . . . Sigma Tau Gamma — 
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . President — 4 . . . Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council — 4 . . . Chestnut Burr — 3, 
4 . . . Business Manager — 4 . . . Most Pop- 
ular Man — 4 . . . Physical Education Club 
—3, 4. 



F. Briggs 

B.S. in Ed. 



C. CasHe 

B.S. in Ed. 



O. Burke 

A.B. 



N. Chaffin 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



E. Crispell 

A.B. 



J. Church 

B.S. in Ed. 
Theto Sigma Upsilon 



M. Colby 

B.S. in Ed. 
Alpha Sigma Tau 



M. Conn 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 



L. Cooper 

A.B. 



A. Cox 

B.S. in Lib. Arts 
Delta Phi Sigma 



E. Creese 

B.S. in Lib. Arts 



C. Cushman 

B.S. in Ed. 



K. Damann 

B.S. in Ed. 



E. Davidson 

B.S. in Ed. 



J. Davis 

B.S. in Ed. 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 



P. Deevers 

B.S. in Ed. 
Delta Phi Sigma 



L. De Simio 

B.S. in Ed. 



R. Diller 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



G. Dorsey 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 



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A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 



^^1!^ Ebel 


M. E. Ergin 


W. Ellet 


G. Ensminger 


J. Evans 


L. Ewell 


4 yr. Elem. Ed. 


B.S. in Ed. 


A.B. 


A.B. 


B.S. in Ed. 


B.S. in Ed 


Sigmo Sigma Sigma 


Sigma Sigma Sigma 






Alpha Sigma Tau 





C. Falcon 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



R. Farr 

B.S. in Ed. 



E. Fields 

B.S. in Ed. 



M. Galpert 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 



B. Graven 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



L. Hockim 

A.B. 



H. Gray 

B.S. in Ed. 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 



A. Hall 

B.S. in Ed. 



Charles Bradler 

Senior Class Vice-President 4 . . . Kappa 
Sigma Chi — 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . President — 3 
. . . Student Council — 3, 4 . . . Inter- 
Fraternity Council — 3, 4 . . Campus Night 
Chairman — 4 . . . Historical Society — 3, 4 
. . . Parlance Club — 3, 4. 



R. Grosvenor 

B.S. in Ed. 



Heineman 

A.B. 



Ph 



M. Gustafson 

B.S. in Ed. 
Alpha Alpha 



L. Herron 

B.S. in Commerce 



D. Hite 

B.S. in Ed. 



C. HoensHne 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



V. Hosea 

4 yr. Elem Ed. 



J. Ervin 

B.S. in Ed. 



R. Jacobs 

B.S. in Ed. 



A. Johnson 

B.S. in Ed. 



L. Jones 

B.S. in Ed. 



S. Kaczor 

B.S. in Ed. 



E. Kegler 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



H. Kimes 

B.S. in Ed. 



J. King 

B.S. in Ed. 
Chi Delto 



E. Koeppe 


B. Lacy 


R. Lemke 


H. Levinson 


J. Locker 


K. Long 


B. Lukens 


B.S. in Ed. 


B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 


A.B. 


A.B. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 


B.S. in Ed. 


B. S. in Commerce 


B.S. in Ed 



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R. Mack 

A.B. 
Delta Phi Sigma 



H. Madden 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 



B. Monchester 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 
Alpha Sigma Tau 



T. Manko 

A.B. 
Delta Phi Sigma 



E. Matthews 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



A. J. Mayer 

B.S. in Ed. 



E. J. McCorkle 

B.S. in Ed. 



B. McGinnis 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



D. McGothlin 

B.S. in Ed. 



V. Mcintosh 

A.B. 



H. Neol 

B.S in Ed 



E. Meade 

B.S. in Ed. 



H. Narrowe 

4 yr, Elem. Ed. 



J. Mendiolo 

B.S. in Ed 



H. Nelson 

A.B. 



Jean Davis 

Senior Class Secretary — 4 . . . Alpha Sigma 
Alpha— 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Registrar— 3 . . . 
Treasurer — 4 . . . Home Economic Club — 
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Chairman — 2 . . . Pres- 
ident — 4 . . . Band — 2 . . . College Theatre 

— 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Physical Education Club 

— 1, 2, 3, 4. 



R. Murphy 

A.B. 



H. Nighmon 

B.S. m Ed. 



G. Murray 

A.B. 



V. Oehlschlaeger 

B.S. in Ed. 



F. Pamer 

B.S. in Ed. 



R. Parmigon 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



E. Pierson 

B.S. in Ed. 



H. Preston 

B.S. in Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



G. Pu^h 

A.B. 
Alpha Phi Beta 



C. Randolph 

A.B. 



C. Rapp 

B.S. in Ed. 
Delta Phi Sigma 



D. Ray 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 



E. Raymer 

B.S. in Ed. 
Alpha Phi Beta 



D. Ream 

B S, in Ed. 



K. Reynolds 

A B. 



H. Rossetti 

B.S. in Ed. 



D. Runk 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigmo Sigma Sigma 



E. Sackett 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 
Theta Sigma Upsilon 



I. Soukkonen 

A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 



L. Seeds 

A.B. 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 



M. Senerchja 

B.S. in Ed. 



E. Schaub 

A B. in Commerce 



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J. Scobie 

B.S. In Ed. 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



E. Secrest 

B.S. in Ed. 



J. Seymour 

A.B. & B.S, in Ed. 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 



B.S. 



W. Sharp 


V. Sherrill 


M. Sigrisf 


E. Simpson 


in Commerce 


B.S. in Lib. Arts 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 


A.B. 


B.S. in Ed 



D. Singer 

B.S. in Ed. 



J. Smith 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



BETTY MANCHESTER 



H. Schneider 

B.S. m Ed. 



R. Snyder 

B.S. in Ed. 



M. Strahl 

B.S. in Comm. & Ed. 



G. Swearingin 

B.S. in Ed. 



D. Strohi 

A.B. 



R. Thomas 

B.S. in Lib. Arts 



Senior Class Treasurer — 4 . . . Alpha Sigma 
Tau — 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 4 . . . Cardinal 
Key — 3, 4; Treasurer — 4 . . . Kappa Delta 
Pi — 3, 4; Vice-President — 4 . . . Social 
Committee — 4 . . . Union Building Central 
Committee — 3, 4; Secretary — 4 . . . Uni- 
versity Theatre — 1, 2, 3, 4; Mistress of the 
House — 4 . . . Velvet Curtain — 2, 3, 4 . . . 



M. J. Swan 

B.S. in Ed. 
Theta Sigma Upsilon 



M. Timmons 

4 yr. Elem. Ed. 



F. Swedish 

A.B. 



R. Tozer 

A.B. 
Alpha Sigma Tau 



B. Uliciny J. Ungoshick H. Steworf 

B.S. in Ed. 4 yr. Elem. Ed. B.S. in Lib. Arts 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma 



M. Polli 


H. Word 


A. 


Weothertord 


A.B. 


4 yr. Elem. Ed. 




A.B. 



f. Weir 

B.S. in Ed. 



D. Werner 

B.S. in Ed. 



H. Westcott 

B.S. in Commerce 



J. Willimsen 

A.B. 



E. Williams 

B.S. in Ed. 
Sigma Tau Gammo 



M. Williams 

4 yr. Elem. Ed. 



C. Willoughby 

B.S, in Ed, 



C. Winer 


W. Wolfe 


F. Wood 


V. Woods 


J. Young 


E. Zimmerman 


R. Pinyoun 


A.B. 


B.S. in Ed. 


A.B. & B.S. in Ed. 


B.S. in Ed. 


A.B. 
Chi Delta 


B.S, in Ed, 


B.S. in Ed. 



JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE 




C. Pope, S. Rummel, R. Wicks, D. Season. 



R, Hurd, R. Wilson. 



J. Toth, H. L. Ungashick. 



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OFFICERS 



Junior Class 

President Roger Wicks 

Vice-President Christ Pope 

Secretary Dorothy Season 

Treasurer Shirley Rummel 

Sophomore Degree Class 

President Robert Hurd 

Vice-President Robert Wilson 

Secretary Elizabeth Suppes 

Treasurer Nadine Hulbert 

Sophomore Diploma Class 

President Helen L. Ungashick 

Vice-President Jean Toth 

Secretary Mary Meaney 

Treasurer Eleanor Bosely 



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CLASS OF 



R. 


Cramer 


R. 


Gartrell 


D. 


Hoskins 


D. 


Baxter 


C. 


Wheeler 


M 


Manful 


L. 


Warren 


H. 


Harrington 


G. 


Cooke 


G. 


Corbett 


D. 


Season 



E. Sullivan 
M. McMillian 
R. Murphy 



K. Wordman 
B. Bergman 
V. Moore 
S. Rummell 
D, Slemmons 



L. 


Newell 


S. 


Breckner 


H. 


Neidhordt 


W 


Young 


D. 


Quinn 


T. 


DeEulis 


S. 


Ruta 


R^ 


Waldvogel 


K. 


Kline 



F, Pomer 
H. Nickerson 
H. Glanzer 
C. Maglione 



H. Brunker 
S. Mules 

C. Lawerence 

D. Dodson 
J. Jones 



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1939 



B. 


Beidler 


M. 


Dunfee 


M. 


Daltoria 


L^ 


Lewis 


E, 


Kempf 


G. 


Hall 


C. 


Johnston 



J. Jenkins 

B. Wertheimer 



M. Conkle 
G. Warner 
B. Louderbough 



R, Mitten 

T. Bell 

H. Westcott 



K. Gartrell 
G. Theobald 
J. Tallentire 
M, McMillion 
C. Falcon 



P. Gulgin 
D. Miller 
C. Gardner 



R. Russo 
T. Watts 
J. Dixon 



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M 


Brandon 


M 


James 


M 


Hammock 


0. 


Snyder 


R. 


Hudson 


A. 


Dura 


E. 


Osmun 


E. 


Corlett 


F. 


Hair 


A. 


Gintert 



E. 


Haines 


J. 


Ruble 


N 


Domlnick 


M 


M. Dyer 


S. 


Reed 


V. 


Helm 


F. 


Gougler 


M 


Sternad 



E. Haines 

E. Ruble 

A. X. Mayer 



J. Lauer 
C. Falcone 
J. Lucas 
J. Burll 



M. McCue 

C. Leist 

M. Montgomery 



I. Mitchell 
R. Keep 
E. Kopack 



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1st Row: 

B, Orpin 

C. Hawthorne 
B. Crumley 
W. Show 

2nd Row: 
A. Stroup 
J. Mcurer 



E. Cole 
P. Weis 
M. L, Chuey 



D. 


Winnemiller 


N. 


J. Daub 


A. 


Bryce 


M 


F. Hannon 


W 


Hageman 


F. 


Neidert 


R^ 


Robenstine 


M 


E. Shank 


H. 


Shaffer 


B. 


Wotkms 


G. 


R. Smith 


W 


Lythgoe 


G. 


Theobald 


C. 


Koinrad 


W 


Arvo 


W 


A. Patterson 


D. 


White 


Front: 


R. 


Doon 


H. 


Peters 


Bock: 


M. 


Stefanik 


W. 


Fohl 



B. Hurd 
J. Dermasa 
E. Potteeson 



C. McGlothlin 

H. Koerpel 

B. Berdler 

G. Gettrust 

A. Miller 



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C. Boyle 
M. Reed 
M. Llezert 
K. Vallen 



J. Schaetzle 
D. Zink 



R. 


Cox 


D. 


Baldwin 


R. 


Streibley 


R. 


Concrd 


H 


Mooney 


D. 


Ellet 



W. Forbes 
V. Border 
J. Robertson 




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M 


Runk 


L. 


Gosling 


J. 


McKinley 


R. 


Whitman 


V. 


Bodo 


W 


. Barkett 


C. 


Pope 


P. 


Hazen 


L. 


Steckel 


D. 


Smith 


B. 


Breen 


H. 


Silsby 



S. Fogg 
J. Batchelder 
B. Starkey 
S. Cannon 
W. Barkett 
R. Lewis 



E. Cole 
M. L. Chuey 
J. Batchelder 
R. Beck 



L. Dunlap 
C. Fretz 
J. Frtzpatrick 
J. Allison 



T. Bell 

Dean Crecraft 

P. Ryon 



L. 


Schoffman 


B. 


Wilcox 


W 


Barkett 


J. 


Batchelder 


N. 


P. Snyder 


M 


Kovahk 


A. 


Podwojski 


N. 


Fuchik 



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M 
R. 

E. 
T. 


Eckart 
Bradley 
Lichti 
Keller 


D. 

V. 

s. 

R. 
M 


Johnston 
Goss 
Farkas 
Bedford 

Miller 


B. 
L. 
J. 

B^ 
B^ 


Rentschler 

Follin 

Kennedy 

Haberkost 

Jenior 


M 
E. 
R. 
D. 


Koller 
Green 
McElroy 
Firth 



R. 
J. 

C, 
D. 
M 
A. 
L. 


Scribner 
Lawerence 

Harrge 

Schwendemon 
Suppes 
Miller 
Fink 


S. 
P. 

R. 


McGowan 

Molone 

Gibson 


P. 
L. 

R. 

F. 
L. 


Williams 
Cardinal 
Dangler 
Estochin 
Pliskin 


'■ 


Evans 


M 
V. 
R. 
B. 
G. 


Crotser 
Fredericks 
Smith 
Leader 
Brown 



CLASS OF 



B. 


Sheers 


N. 


Hulbert 


D. 


Hoose 


A. 


Miller 


R. 


Creger 


J. 


Maurer 


T. 


Greendale 


A. 


J, Lea 


M 


Delondre 


D. 


Ruggles 


V. 


Fredericks 



E. 


Rutter 


M 


Wearstler 


M 


Thompson 


J. 


Edwards 


B. 


Reese 


E. 


Szasz 


R. 


Jomeyson 


P. 


Rongone 


R. 


Leah 


1, 


Pratt 


H. 


Erf 


J. 


Hubbard 


M 


Mullett 


M 


Mackall 


G. 


Bay 


J. 


Dusenberry 


P. 


Molone 


H 


Erskine 


C. 


Williamson 


G. 


Squires 


C. 


Hochtel 


B. 


Wolcott 


M 


. Irwin 




K. 


Osborne 


W 


. Jeffers 


M 


Mitcheson 


M 


Whittlesey 


E. 


Baldwin 


P. 


Crosby 


S. 


Solack 


J. 


Morgan 


L, 


Smith 


J. 


Smith 


M 


Suppes 


P. 


Farson 


K^ 


Forbes 


F. 


Fuller 


M 


Schnu 


B. 


Miller 


R. 


Gross 


R. 


Blake 


R. 


Dyer 


D. 


Turner 


L. 


Wyatt 


H. 


Schlecht 


E. 


Richardson 


R. 


DeEulis 


P. 


Crosby 


J. 


Morgan 


D. 


Schilmiller 


M. 


Maxo 


M. 


Miller 



K. Braucher 
M. Petka 
L, Berger 
D. Dodson 

B. Cramer 
M. Maceyko 

D. McDermott 
M. Furcolow 

L, Pomeroy 

A. Vagnozzi 
L. Rodkey 

E. Overholt 

B. Schoefer 

L. Cordier 
J. Hughes 
M. Abbott 
E. Westfall 



M. A. Borges 
P. Malone 
M. Fitzgerald 
M. Doolon 
F. Kosman 



1940 



M. Zevalkuick 
B. Stauffer 
M. Devine 
M. Partridge 
M. Brevoort 
L. Lawn 
M. Klopfenstein 
T. Young 

B. Sassaman 
V. Reese 
L. Clutter 
R. Stewart 



P. Fuller 

E. Meinzen 

F. Qunette 
A. Hartman 
M. Brunner 
A. Thomas 
K. Few 

G. M. Wang 
M. Finefrock 



F. Smith 

E. Hagedorn 

M. E. Strain 




D. 


Duke 


D. 


Tewes 


K. 


Bahler 


D. 


Young 


L. 


Erode 


C^ 


Sindledecker 


V. 


Bell 


M 


Vlad 


D. 


Rychiek 


G. 


Kaminiski 


M 


J. Antol 


C. 


Day 


H. 


deMelker 


S. 


Saker 


A. 


Alger 


G. 


Mounts 


P. 


Suppes 


M 


Knouff 



K. Braucher 
M. Petka 
L. Berger 
D. Dodson 



L. Daley 



B. Wilson 
P. Stroenie 
E. Lorick 
D. Dodson 



G. Camelon 


T. Nurone 


F. Kosman 


A. Salreno 


J. Moss 


R. Hall 


F. Kosman 


E. Baumgardner 


B. Heiks 




R. Lodzreski 


A. Kieslebach 




W. Watts 


C. Peck 


K. Adolph 


B. Hyatt 


J. Robart 


J. Wilbur 


A. Laderick 


S. Helmick 




F. Estochin 


M. Klein 




C. Wogstoff 


B. Ziemba 


S. Herner 


H. Lake 


D. Alexander 


V. Smith 


M. Fetzer 


H. McConnell 


J. Wilbur 


1. Erskin 


P. Smith 




^^)k 



D. 


Mai lory 


M 


Hall 


J. 


Cleary 


H. 


Hoover 


R. 


Sherlock 


J. 


Molquist 


E. 


Johnston 


B^ 


Ingelhart 


N 


Nickerson 


K. 


Irvin 


J. 


Watts 


R. 


Hudson 


A. 


J. Lea 


D. 


Alexander 


M 


Davidian 


L. 


Shook 


S. 


Davis 


P. 


Snyder 


B. 


Ocasek 


M 


Divine 


C. 


Hill 


M 


Beecher 


E. 


Stanley 



G. Roberson 
M. Clark 
V. Gehri 

C. Hawthorne 
M. Vlad 
H. Tift 
R. Matthews 
F. Felder 
R. Beachler 
P. Corbin 
F. Corbett 
0. Melick 
B. Holmes 



M. Van Benschoten 
G. Roberson 

E. Johnston 
B. Smith 

D. Schilmiller 
L. Delworth 
S. Horner 
Z. Davidson 

D. Stoneburner 

R- E. Szenesh 

F. Leonard 

B, J Sill 

A, DePompei 

C. Jute 

E. Peters 
L. Little 

F. Thompson 



P^ 

L, 
H. 
E, 
D. 


Corbin 
Bockhorst 
Ercanbrack 
Frick 
Parker 


B. 
H. 
V. 
H 
L 


Zienba 
Lake 
Smith 
McConnell 
Erskin 


J. 
M 
P. 
F. 
C. 


Page 

Endich 
Smith 
Wilkinson 
Beecher 


D 
M 
R. 


Rowley 
Lawerence 
Wands 




EDUCATION 





ROBERT AUNGST 
President, Freshman 
Degree Class 



Left to Right — First Row: D. Lang, S. Harmony, M. McHugh, B. Shaw, D. Carpenter, M. Dickerhoof, E. Porter, 
E. Hollendonner, R. Smith, D. Murdock, R. Mehlenbocher, P. Finnegan, J. Cummings. 

Second Row: P. Hull, R. Moore, G. Ripley, E. Stevens, H. Mjrrison, R. Soger, C. Brake, G. Baldwin, P. Lamb, 
J. Smith, E. Miller. 

Third Row: V. Petrie, E. Keep, R. McKee, V. Knouff, R. Truby, D. Soviers, E. Gombert, E. Bosworth, R. Greene, 
W. Porowski. 

Fourth Row: F. Byers, E. Katko, R. Miller, B. Kern, A. Esworthy, L. Zimmerman, Q. Martin, D. Johnston, E. Ley, 
M. Halosz, J. Bott, R. Barnes. 

Fifth Row: M. Stocking, K. Hensley, H. Rohlf, A. Wright, A. Schiever, P. Steele, M. Kleimo, H. Haines, E. Long. 



New students on a new campus . . . they learn to know 
the President, the Administration, and the Administrative 
Agencies. Student government affects them . . . the Student 
Council and its committees. Women's League and the Men's 
Union, In classes all learn to know the members of the 
Departments of Instruction. On the campus they learn to 
know each other and decide that they not only have the 
distinction of being the largest Freshman Class in the Uni- 
versity's history but that they also have the best. May 
you all get to be "time-honored" Seniors. 



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DEGREE FRESHMEN 



TOP GROUP 
Left to Right — First Row: P. Sprunger, W. White, H. Holshay, G. Mumow. G. Bo!clwm, R. Lamb, F. Grimm, J, Michaels. 
Second Row: E. Stewart, M. Stocking, N. Brotton, B. Baxter, G. Ruddy, F. Mussin, J. Harris. 
Third Row: H. Fournier, H. Schlegel, G. Clark, A. Parker, B. Strolivitch. 

BOTTOM GROUP 
Left to Right — First Row: H. Rohlf, E. Shaffer, K. Hensley, E. Cook, D. Snyder, M. Conner. 
Second Row: A. Dunn, L, Clark, J. Bott, J. Rybak, V. McDevitt, F. McCully. 
Third Row: M. Luli, D. Migge, B. Kerne, J. Bartlett, C, Mosen. 



DA IN CLAY 
Vice-President 
Freshman Degree Class 



JEANNE HART 
Secretary 
Freshman Degree Class 




LIBERAL ARTS and BUSINESS ADM. 



TOP GROUP 

Left to Right — First Row: C. Hollowoy, C. Cox, K. Fox, R. Brainstein, G. Botes, S. Broder, L. Dsinger, E. Dilgren, E. Miller, 
E. Geiger. 

Second Row: E. Billiard, M. Hilemon, V. Best, P. Whitemon, B. Grimm, B. Minor, E. Ostrander, S. Cummings, W. LeMasters. 

Third Row: G. Clark, D. Diltz, P. Finnegan, A. Parker, D. Taylor, B. Breckenridge, R. Riemenschneider, J. Miller. 

BOTTOM GROUP 
Left to Right — First Row: M. Downs, L. Sheary, D, Swortz, J. Limmermen. 
Second Row: A. Murray, C. Steel, R. Hartman. 



JANE ROTHERMUND 
President 
Freshman Diploma Class 



CLAUDIA BROOKS 
Treosurer 
Freshman Degree Class 





EDUCATION DIPLOMA 



TOP GROUP 



Left to Right — First Row: E. Shields, E. Myers, V. Fitch, R. McKee, B, Flickinger, J. Stocl<, F. Ritch, M. McHugh. 

Second Row; M. Kepler, E. Stafford, B. De Jute, D. Saviers, D. MrCiellond, R, Petty, M. Miller, E, Keep. 

Third Row: B, French, I. Snyder, N. Eosterling, V. Petrie, M. Echelberry. 

Fourth Row: N. McMillan, E. Lea, M. Halosy, A. R. Esworthy, E. Jones, R. Beck. 

Fifth Row: T. Freeze, M. Holm, C. Brake, R. Soger, D. Carpenter. • 

BOTTOM GROUP 
Left to Right — First Row: R. Hozelett, N. Stoio, S. Choyko, M. Solondra, H. Mocynski, H. Cunningham, I. Miller, F, Ambrose. 
Second Row: E. Porter, G. Sheffler, D. Carlson, A. Hawk, L. Bosworth, S, Sanor. 
Third Row: D. Rice, L. Bonordi, M. Gamble, M. Kleimo. 
Fourth Row: L. Hoskins, L. Zimmerman, V. Knauff, G. Moreheod, H. Haines. 



HAZEL McCLEERY 

Vice-President 
Freshman Diploma Class 



BETTY ANN BAKER 
Treasurer 

Freshman Diploma Class 



JANICE HUNKER 
Secretary 
Freshman Diploma Class 



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Your Activities 



48- 




COLLEGE THEATRE 



CHOIR 



Director E. Turner Slump 

Associate Director G. Harry Wright 

Manager Dorothy Runk 

Assistant Manager John Batchelder 

Secretary Marguerite Runk 

Treasurer , , Mary K. Lovejoy 

Social Chairman Marjorie Bedford 

The Kent State University Theatre was or- 
ganized in 1930 under the direction of Pro- 
fessor E. Turner Stump, Eldon Scoutten was 
the first student manager of the theatre. 
Since that time the theatre has gained a 
state-wide reputation as the best college 
theatre in the State of Ohio. The yearly 
schedule includes several one-act plays which 
are given for assembly and for outside organ- 
izations, and four full length plays. For this 
year the four major productions were, "En- 
chanted April," "Ceiling Zero," "Strife," and 
"Winterset." 



The Choir consists of a group of students with 
selected voices, under the direction of Miss 
Helen McClofiin. The Choir gives a special 
Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter program 
in the University Assembly. They also give 
concerts and programs in surrounding towns 
and communities. The post several years they 
have been given high enough rating to broad- 
cast several radio programs, one of which was 
the famous "Seven Last Words," with spe- 
cial soloists being: Natalie Dick, Soprano; 
Michael Polli, Baritone; and Robert Orpin, 
Tenor. 




First Row: R, Jacobs, N. Dick, M, Daltorio, G Brown, M Duntee, H McClcflin, A Laughrey, J Ratch- 

ford, N. J. Daub, L. Pliskin, E. Osmun. 

Second Row: C. Thompson, N. Cartwright, H. Neidhardt, F. Grosvenor, R. Hudson, C. Wise, M. Mandulla, 

R. Yount, H. Nickerson. 

Third Row; H. Sanner, A. Acken, L. Shaw, W. Lythgo, W. Ault, M. Polli, H. Schlegel, R. Orpin, E. 

Tocus, R. Blockinger. 




FLUTES AND PICCOLOS 
Sheary, Leslie 
Seymour, Jean 
Erode, Leland 
Read, Margaret 
Woodward, Shirley 
Swasey, Fred 

B-FLAT CLARINETS 
Gibbens, Douglas 
Puglisi, Richard 
Howard, Dean 
Hershey, Helen 
Weis, Paul 
Stocking, Milan 
Swartz, Donald 
Ewell, Laura 
Wilcox, Glen 
Peck, Harold 
Gaberel, Lenore 
Castle, Carol 
Hoff, John 
Fisher, Ina May 
Hawk, Agatha 
Strahl, Maxine 
Dunkle, Thelma 

E-FLAT CLARINET 
Hair, Florence 

ALTO CLARINET 
Little, Warren 

ALTO SAXOPHONES 
Matthews, Robert 
Holshoy, Harold 
Hoskins, Lorena 
Schnur, Maria 



TENOR SAXOPHONE 
Johnson, Lloyd 
Seeger, Twylah 

BARITONE SAXOPHONE 
Lemmerman, Jean 

OBOE 

Booth, Jack 

BASSOONS 

Parker, Albert 
Godfrey, Margaret 

STRING BASS 
Rychlik, Dorothy 
Ratchford, June 

CORNETS 

Thompson, Charles 
Schlegel, Harold 
Mumaw, Gladys 

TRUMPETS 

Kaminski, George 
Stroup, Atlee 
Killgrove, Ruth 
Updegraff, Mono 
Watkins, James 
Strohl, Betty Jane 

HORNS 

Sprunger, Preston 
Tocus, Eugene 
Heatly, Marjorie 
Darby, Jean 
Lythgoe, Warren 
Paluch, Tony 



TROMBONES 
Hardie, James 
Jenkins, Jack 
Strohl, Dale 
Orpin, Robert 
Theobald, George 
Clark, Gerald 
Huston, Elmer 
Knouff, Velma 
Stevenson, Clark 

BARITONES 

Patterson, William 
Hawthorne, Clyde 
Zimmerman, Lilian 

BASSES 

Mosher, Francis 
Stump, Robert 
Blockinger, Robert 
Erwin, Richard 
Philius, Charles 

PERCUSSION 

Shaw, Leonard 
Gifford, Jack 
Stewart, Elmer 
Stribley, Rex 
Andregg, Charles 
Closser, Eugene 
Martin, James 

BELL LYRE AND CHIMES 
Gray, Helen 
Haas, Geraldine 

ORGAN 

Gray, Helen 

DRUM MAJORS 
Kaminski, George 
Tocus, Eugene 



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BAND 



OFFICERS 

Director Roy D. Metcolf 

President Paul Weis 

Vice-President Leonard Shaw 

Secretary Maxine Strahl 

Librarian Milan Stocking 



During the last nine years, the Band, under the baton of Prof. Roy D. Metcaif, has grown steadily, 
both in size and quality. This year the Band made fifteen public appearances. The organization 
played for all home football games and visited two Colleges, Baldwin-Wallace and Wooster; par- 
ticipated in civic and school parades, "Campus Night," High School Day and various other activities 
and concerts. On March 1 1th and 12th the Band was host to the Ohio Intercollegiate Band Festival. 




DRUM MAJORS 

George Kaminski was Drum Major for 
the first half of the football games. 
Eugene Tocus acted in this capacity the 
last half of the season. George plays 
first trumpet in the band and hails from 
Cleveland. Eugene plays French Horn 
and hails from Canton. Both boys are 
Music majors and Sophomores. 



Eugene Tocus 

Drum Major 



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ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS 

Director Roy D. Metcclf 

President Jean Seymour 

Vice-President Leonard Shaw 

Secretary Lloyd Johnson 

Librarian Paul Weis 



The University Symphony Orchestra mode fourteen public appearances this year. It played for all 
of the University Plays, accompanied the Messiah, gave a concert at the German-American Club in 
Akron, and played for Baccalaureate and Commencement. It has a well balanced personnel of 
fifty members. 



DIRECTOR 

Mr. Roy D. Metcalf has been directing 
the University Bands and Orchestras for 
the past nine years. A twenty piece 
Band has grown into an eighty piece 
Band, the Orchestra has increased its 
enrollment from twenty to fifty mem- 
bers. These groups have not only in- 
creased in size but hove greatly im- 
proved in instrumentation and quality. 
Mr. Metcalf has been active in the Ohio 
Intercollegiate Band and Orchestra Fes- 
tivals, hie was the founder and first 
president of the Ohio Intercollegiate 
Orchestra Association and the first Or- 
chestra Festival was held at Kent State 
in 1934. The fifth Festival was held on 
cur campus last March. 




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FIRST VIOLINS 
Brevoort, Mildred 
Pickard, Elsie 
Hair, Florence 
Robinson, Chrestine 
Turner, Dale 
Fulmer, Maurine 
Strauss, Reitta 
Sills, Bertha 
Cunningham, Roger 

SECOND VIOLINS 
Mullett, Margaret 
Price, Wanda 
Jameyson, Ruth 
Wixom, Winifred 
Wagenhals, Mary 
Miller, Marjorie 
Hudson, Ruth 
Smith, Ruth 
Gamble, Mary 

VIOLAS 

Farinacci, John 
Gladigan, Heinz 
Pliskin, Libby 
Vlad, Mary 



CELLOS 

Brandon, Marjorie 
Johnson, Lloyd 
Stocking, M\\an 
Rapp, Mary 

STRING BASSES 
Ratchford, June 
Rychlik, Dorothy 
Gifford, Herbert 

FLUTES 

Sheary, Leslie 
Seymour, Jean 
Woodward, Shirley 

OBOE 

Booth, Jack 

CLARINETS' 
Hershey, Helen 
Weis, Paul 
Ewell, Laura 



BASSOONS 

Parker, Albert 
Godfrey, Margaret 

FRENCH HORNS 
Sprunger, Preston 
Tocus, Eugene 
Heatley, Marjorie 
Pake, George 

TRUMPETS 

Schlegel, Harold 
Mumaw, Gladys 

TROMBONES 
Hardie, James 
Clark, Gerald 
Huston, Elmer 

PERCUSSION 

Andregg, Charles 
Gifford, Jack 
Stribley, Rex 



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Randa Tozer 
Editor-in-Chief 



Ben McGinnis 
Business Manager 



BURR STAFF 

P. Gneme; T. Manko, Fraternity Editor; M. McNab, 1. Evans, 
Artists; A. J. Mayor. 

D. Season; M. Polli, Photographer; T. DeEulis, General Assistant; 

G. Cool<e. 



Business Staff: J. Allison; K Smith, F. Taylor, M. Kovolik. 

M. Bedford, J. Fitzpatrick, Sorority Editors; P. Ryan, Sports 

Editor. 



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1938 CHESTNUT BURR STAFF 



To produce a book of great interest to the Students 
of Kent State University has been the paramount 
interest of the Editor and Business Manager of the 
1938 Chestnut Burr. Plans of this year's annual have 
been under way for a year. The result has been this 
chronological yearbook presenting the highlights of 
the year's activities in picture end story combined 
with color and beauty of lay-out form. The thousands 
of details which go into the make-up of a modern 
annual must be done by a capable group of assistants. 



In carrying these out, these staff members deserve 
special recognition, for without their complete co- 
operation and assistance an annual of this type would 
never hove been possible. The Editor and Business 
Manager felt that our University Yearbook should be 
more than a series of snapshots of single phases of 
our campus life, more than a pictorial calendar of 
the year's events; it should be a portrait of the year 
as a whole. In presenting this annual they hope 
they have succeeded in these things. 




KENT STATER 



Sports and Phofography 

F. Felder 
R. Miller 
L. Hackim 
C. Pope 
M. Polli 
A. Mayer 



Society Staff 

M, Dunfee 
K. Moloney 
J. Hart 
S. Rummel 
B. Crompton 
V. Fredericks 



Helen Wescott 

Editor-in-Chief 



Under the able direction of Helen Westcott, Editor-in-Chief, 
the Kent Stater has accomplished more in journalistic 
achievement this past year than ever before in the Stater's 
history. 

Forty columns of University news each week . . . semi-weekly 
for the first time this year . . . that is the 1938 Kent Stater, 
student newspaper. Five column, four page tabloid size, 
the Kent Stater for two semesters has presented the campus 
happenings pictorially and editorially. 

Forty alert journalism students covering the University twice 
a week have located yarns of human interest, news, feature, 
sports, society, and invention. Down to the Stater office to 
a typewriter, there to pound out in black and white, the life 
harbored in this University community. To the copy readers, 
rewrite men, editors, linotype men, printers and into the 
forms go the written coverage of KSU. A few column rules, 
some slugs, galleys of news-containing lead and the Kent 
Stater goes to bed at the print shop. 

First with the announcement of the University's new presi- 
dent-elect Dr. Karl C. Leebrick ... on to the streets and 
distributed to the University, 45 minutes after the board 
had voted. First to carry the resignation of Dean Blanche 
A. Verder and first to identify her successor. Dean-elect Mary 
Smallwood, likewise with the resignation of Dean of the Lib- 
eral Arts College, Oscar H. Williams and his successor. Dr. 
Earl W. Crecraft. 

A daily paper for one complete week the Stater kept students 
informed upon the progress of the appropriations bill, which 
eventually passed the legislature to give KSU more than a 
million dollars for building expansion. 

Pictorially the Kent Stater has been one of the leaders of 
the country's collegiate newspapers. Picture coverage of 
important campus activities, personalities, and even photo- 
graphically-fought campaigns have been the keynote of the 
year's achievements. 

Prof. Wm. D. Taylor, Jr., Head of the Journalism Dept , is 
advisor for the Kent Stater publication. 



Business Staff 

R. Roderick 

H. Eifort 

K. Long, Business Manager 



Editorial Staff 

T. Bell, Friday Editor 

M. Keorns 

P. Ryan, Tuesday Editor 

R. Mitten, Editorials 

M. McNab, Feature Editor 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

President Ernest Williams 

Vice-President Thomas Watts 

Secretary-Treasurer Michcil Polli 

Chr. of Elections Gordon Hostettler 

The Student Governing Body or Student Senate of 
the University has as their aim the coordination of 
the efforts of students, faculty, and the administra- 
tion. The name Governing Body, or Senate, carries 
with it an implication of authority, precedence, and 
decorum. Our Governing Body embodies all of these 
virtues and in so doing commands the respect and 
cooperation of all Kent students. Its membership is 
representative of all the University organizations 
under the Ranny plan of student government, drawn 
up by Don Ranney, President of Student Council for 
1936-'37, 



DUCHESS STAFF 

OFFICERS 

Editor Charles Winer 

Managing Editor .... Francie Waterbury 

Art Bee Inglehart 

Fashions Charlotte Willoughby 

Fiction Kay Moloney 

Poetry Charles Thomas 

One and one half years old, the DUCHESS was 
founded as KAMPUS DAZE in 1937. It has grown in 
size and in circulation until it has just recently been 
adopted by the Publications Committee of the Uni- 
versity OS on officially recognized publication. Dur- 
ing the past year it has sponsored numerous studies 
of campus life by means of student polls. It has 
presented to the University a combination of humor, 
wit, fiction, poetry, fashion firsts, and photography 
that has caused it to be recognized by the country's 
leading university publications. It has been invited 
by Columbia University to become a member of the 
American Association of College Comics. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Left to Right — First Row: C. Brodler, F. Felder, M. Thomas, T. Watts, D. Season, M. Polii, T. Manko. 
Second Row: C. Pope, G. Theobald, H. Stewart, D. Butler, G, Hostetler, J. Tallentire. 



DUCHESS STAFF 

Left to Right — First Row: R. Aungst, K. Killgrove, B. Booth, C. Winer, F, Woterbury, R. Mitten, M. Polli. 
Second Row: B. Inglehart, F. Woods, A. Mayer, K, Spriggel, D. McDermott. 



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BLUE KEY 



OFFICERS 

President Alvon Cox 

Vice-President Chester Falcon 

Secretary-Treasurer Leo Koba 

National honorary activities fraternity, was founded 
at the University of Florida in 1925. Today it has 
seventy-five active chapters throughout the nation. 
It was established not merely to recognize men of 
prominence in extra-curricular activities, but to 
maintain an organization whose membership, con- 
sisting of campus leaders, might best serve the 
school. Keeping this goal in mind. Blue Key launched 
upon the most outstanding year of its existence at 
Kent. The members are chosen from the junior and 
senior classes at bi-annual elections. 



CARDINAL KEY 

OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Runk 

Vice-President . . . Martha Ann Gustafson 

Secretary Helen Gray 

Treasurer Betty Manchester 

Advisor Dr. Florence Beal 

The national honorary activities fraternity for women 
was organized on this campus by Dean Verder in 
1934. Today it has fourteen active chapters through- 
out the nation. The primary purpose of this society 
is to select those leaders on the campus who can as 
a group render service to the university. The members 
are chosen from the women of the junior and senior 
class at bi-annual election meetings. A prerequisite 
of a two-point-five-average is required to be a mem- 
ber of the organization, and members are also chosen 
on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and 
personality. Since its organization the Kent Cardinal 
Key chapter has initiated the campaign for a "STU- 
DENT UNION BUILDING", has assumed responsi- 
bility for selection and crowning of the May Queen, 
promoted and directed the first all student musical 
comedy. 



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BLUE KEY 

Left to Right — First Row: K. Long, L. Koba, B. Flanders, A'. Cox, F. Hall, T. Manko, R Butler. 
Second Row: M. Polli, K. Dommon, D. Baldwin, R. Butler, R Miller, Dean Manchester. 
Third Row: R. Wicks, H, Preston, W. Ault, C. Falcon, Mr. Satterfield. 



CARDINAL KEY 

Left to Right: D. Runk, Dr. Beall, B. Manchester, M. A. Gustofson, H. Gray, M. Runk, F. Waterbury, G. Cooke, D. Season, 
Dean Verder. 



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WOMEN'S LEAGUE 



OFFICERS FOR 1937-38 

President Priscilla Grieme 

Vice-President Jane Ett Miller 

Secretary Sarah Louise Shirk 

Treasurer Margaret Maratta 

Big Sister Chairman 

Martha Ann Gustafson 

Founded at Kent State University in 1913, with the 
founding of the school. 

All women students of the university automatically 
become active members upon registration. The ex- 
ecutive power is vested in the Executive Board, which 
is composed of the President, V. President, Secretary, 
Treasurer, Big Sister Chairman, Dean of Women, as 
adviser, one representative from each of the classes, 
one representative from the Off Campus Women's 
Club, one from each of the dormitories, and one from 
the Y. W, C. A. 

The organization does all in its power to aid and 
help acclimate the girls of the university during their 
stay here. It promotes matters of student life per- 
taining to the women of the university and helps to 
foster unity and loyalty to KSU. 



MEN'S UNION 



OFFICERS 

Representing the graduate class John Farinacci 

Representing the senior class Charles Furney 

Representing the junior class Dick Butler 

Representing the sophomore class Dick Firth 

Representing the freshman class. .Vincent McDevitt 

The men's activity program is an outgrowth of the 
belief that a Dean should give his students helpful 
supervision, intelligent guidance, help them develop 
an enthusiasm for life's activities, and give them 
encouragement for creative endeavor. He realizes 
that only a small proportion of students have the 
quolifications necessary for the hard grind of varsity 
athletics. He does not believe, however, that most 
students should sit on the bench while the remainder 
work out. It is therefore necessary to work out a 
broad program of activities ranging from intramural 
athletics to creative arts, some part of which will fit 
the interests of every male student on the campus. 
This is the purpose of the Men's Union, an organiza- 
tion founded in 1922, that every male student auto- 
matically becomes a member upon entering school. 
Each year Dean Manchester presents a cup to the 
student who has achieved the most number of points 
from this program of activities. 



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WOMEN'S LEAGUE 

Left to Right — First Row: D. Ulmer, G. Cooke, V. Himes, M. Marotta, J, Miller, S. Shirk. 
Second Row: J. Rothermond, M, McDermott, C. Brocks, A. Beker, G, Wong, 

MEN'S UNION 

Left to Right — First Row: D. Butler, J. Forinocci, C. Furney. 
Second Row: Dean Manchester, V. Devitt, D. Firth. 



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BIOLOGY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Wayne Ellett 

Vice-President Margaret Ruth Read 

Secretary Delia Herrington 

Treasurer George Mansfield 

The Biology Club was founded in 1928 and it has 
been an active club ever since. Its purpose is to 
promote interest in biology and to enable biology stu- 
dents to become better acquainted with one another. 
At the Biology meetings which are held every month, 
the members are entertained by speakers prominent 
in different fields of biology. 



KflPPfl DELTfi PI 



OFFICERS 

President Helen Schneider 

Vice-President Betty Manchester 

Secretary Helen Gray 

Treasurer Helen Gray 

Historian Leah Jones 

Kappa Delta Pi, an educational fraternity, was 
founded in 191 1 by several students of the University 
of Illinois. The purpose of the organization is to 
encourage in its members a higher degree of devo- 
tion to social service by ( 1 ) fostering high intellec- 
tual and personal standards during the period of 
preparation for teaching and (2) recognizing out- 
standing service in the field of education. 

To this end it invites membership to such persons as 
exhibit worthy educational ideals, sound scholarship, 
and adequate personal qualifications. It endeavors 
to develop a high degree of professional fellowship 
among its members and fosters professional growth 
by recognizing achievement in educational work. 

Delta Beta chapter has been on our campus since 
1935 and appears to be as fast growing as our Uni- 
versity. 



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BIOLOGY CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: C, Hoensteine, Dr. Cunningham, H, 5chneider, D. Knapik, S. Rummel, M, Read, L. Seeds, Dr. Alex- 
opolus, Dr. Harbourt. 

Second Row: J. Harrick, L Jones, I. Saukkonen, J. McCorkle, J. Gerberiech, G. Mansfield. M. Doolan, R. DeEulis. P. Bambaci. 

Third Row: C. Mirto, H. Davis, W. Elliott, K. Dammon, D. Harrington, B. Montgomery, M. Polli, J. Cathan, M. Manfull. 

KAPPA DELTA PI 

Left to Right — First Row: G. Cooke, J. Ungoshick, J. McCorkle, D. Franks, H. Emmons. 

Second Row: H. Gray, B. Adlord, M. Simpson, F. Briggs, H. Schneider, M. Dunfee, F. Hair, B. Manchester, B. Lauderbaugh. 
M. McMillian. 

Third Row: J. King, I. Saukkonen, 0. McCafferty, E. Likens, M. Belknap, L. Jones, M. Brandon, B. Bosman, E. Zimmerman, Dr. Lotz. 

Fourth Row: Dr. Heer, C. Furney, H. Peters, H. Preston, D. Roy, W. Dunlap, K. Damman, C. Boyle. 



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PI KAPPA DELTA 

OFFICERS 

President Violo Bodo 

Vice-President Gordon Hostettler 

Secretary-Treasurer Meg Eckhart 

Pi Kappa Delta is the youngest and most active of 
three national honorary speech fraternities in the 
United States. It has chapters in thirty-four states 
and a total enrollment of 15,000 students. Iota 
Chapter was founded in Kent State University six 
years ago by E. Turner Stump, head of the Deport- 
ment of Speech. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

OFFICERS 

President John Botchelder 

Vice-President George Dike 

Secretary-Treasurer Patricia Fuller 

Alpha Psi Omega was organized as an honorary dra- 
matic fraternity, at Fairmont Teacher's College, 
Fairmont, Va. in 1926, for the purpose of providing 
an honor society for those doing a high standard of 
work in dramatics, and incidentally through the ex- 
pansion of Alpha Psi Omega, there ore now 148 
Chapters in the U. S., provides a wider fellowship for 
those interested in the college theatre. Play pro- 
duction is on activity so highly technical that it re- 
quires the services of a trained director and all the 
resources of a large dramatic association organized 
on the most democratic basis where every member 
of a student body may have equal opportunity for 
self-expression. Beta Psi Cast has been on our cam- 
pus since 1930, when it received its charter. Prof. 
E. T. Stump, Head of the University Speech Depart- 
ment and faculty advisor, is the Grand Director of 
the National Organization. 



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PI KAPPA DELTA 

Left to Right — First Row: L. Zahniser, M. Eckhort, V. Bodo, V.Beol. 
Second Row: G. Hostetler, W. Ault, 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

Left to Right — First Row: D. Runk, D. Schilmiller, W. Griffiths, L. Rodkey, E. Cole, Prof. Stump, P. Fuller. 
Second Row: R. Fiorenzo, G. H. Wright, M. A. Gustafson, E, Williams, M. K. Lovejoy, J. Botchelder, M. Bedford. 



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KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Shirley Cannon 

Vice-President Celeste Cushman 

Secretary Betty Starkey 

Treasurer Velma LaWand 

The purpose of this organization is to gather and 
disseminate knowledge for the education of young 
children; to bring into active cooperation all child- 
hood education interest, including parent education; 
to promote the progressive type of education in 
nursery schools, kindergartens, and primary grades, 
and to raise the standard of the professional training 
for teachers and leaders in this field. As an organ- 
ization founded on our campus in 1928, they have 
endeavored to promote good fellowship, to help the 
growth of the department, and to render any service 
possible. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Jean Davis 

Vice-President Gene Gettrust 

Secretary Donna hHapholdt 

Treasurer Kathryn Forbs 

This organization provides opportunity to foster 
closer faculty-student and inter-class relationship in 
their common field. They are a member of the 
State and National hHome Economics Clubs, and have 
been on our campus since 1916. By attendance at 
the meetings it broadens professional acquaintances 
and interest. The club increases educational ex- 
periences through outside speakers, educational 
films, and demonstrations, too, they train their 
members for leadership, as well as followers, and the 
capacity to plan and organize personal or group 
activities. 



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K. P. CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: E. Myers, J. DeGroft, H. Eshilmann, H. Schmidt, B. McGuire. 

Second Row: B. Bosman. V. Pearl, N. Mohler, S. Cannon, Prof. G. Hazel Swan, H. Madden, H. Neale, M. Partridge, E. Slabach. 

Third Row: M. Sternad, C. Cushman, B. Shaffer, I. Brown, M. Murtaugh, B. Starkey, R. Van Fleet, K. Osborne, A. Stafford. 

Fourth Row: I. Peachy, L. Duniop, M. Stephens, J. Allison, H. Cassidy, S. Shirk, M Whittlesy, K. Hulbert, M. Strain. 

Fifth Row: E. Meode, J. Hughes, L. Ewell, R. Henderson, B. Heis, E. Youckey, J. Fitzpotrick, V. LeWond. 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: P. Fuller, C. Willoughby, E. Hoines, P. Hoff, M. Wolf, K. Forbes, M. Irwin, P. Forson. 

Second Row: L. Gerig, L. Haman, M. Pannier, M. Duncan, M. Carlozzi, M. Colby, V. Sherrill, N. Dominic, M. Knouff, E. Ochsen- 

dorf, M. Brandon. 

Third Row: Prof. 8. Nixon, B. Boyett, G. Newman, R. Beachler, H, Rohlf, L. Smith, E. Haberkost. H. Kimes, I. Mitchell, J. Mc- 

Corkle, B. Minor, B. Lucens. Prof. N. Jordon, J. Davis. 

Foutth Row: E. Richardson, D. Kramer, L. Bockhorst, G. Karnes, O. Meiick, M. Ruffner, 8. Shaw, M. Dyer, N. Simpson, D. 

Hoppoit, E. Brown. 

Fifth Row: M. Wallace, 8. Wolcott, E. Chrispell, M. Sigrist, P. Hurd, R. Keep, M. Fowler, M. Crotser, 8. Madison, 8. Rehs. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC flSSOCIflTION 



OFFICERS 

President Nadine Hulbert 

Vice-President Betty Bozman 

Secretary Kay Vallen 

Treasurer Violet Pearl 

Corres. Secretary Eleanor Likens 

The purpose of the Womens' Athletic Association is 
to further recreational activities for the women of 
Kent State University, to stimulate an interest in the 
right type of athletics for receation, to create a spirit 
of sportsmanship, and good fellowship; to bring to- 
gether the women of the various campus organiza- 
tions. The W. A. A. is a member of the National 
Athletic Federation of College Women and the Ath- 
letic Federation of Ohio College Women. Every girl 
in the University is entitled to membership. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President William Morris 

Vice-President Eleonore Likens 

Secretary-Treasurer Sara Reed 

The physical education club is composed of physical 
education majors and minors. The purpose of the 
club is to promote friendship among the members of 
the club and to develop a professional attitude. 
Throughout the year meetings of social and profes- 
sional character are held. Hikes, skating parties end 
picnics are held for the pleasure of the members. 
Every fall a dinner banquet is held and a noted person 
in the field of education speaks to the group. Dur- 
ing the year, the club was fortunate in securing pic- 
tures of the recent Olympics held in Germany. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Left to Right- -First Row: C, Wagstoff, M, Fetzar, V. Smith, K. Vailen, B, Bosman, N. Hulbert, V. Pearl, Mrs. Apple, B. Leader, 
B. Ferguson 

Second Row: M. Liezert, E. Howenstine, B. Foirfax, A. Wright, E. Likens, E. Baum, S. Reed, P. Hull. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 

First Row: B. Bosmun, V. Pearl, V. Smith, 

Second Row: H. McConnell, S. Reed, B. Ackley, M. Schroy, K. VoMen, M. Liezert, B. Locy, E. Likens, Mrs. Apple, Miss Drew. 

Third Row: E. Simkins, Mr. Altman, E. Boum, B. Ferguson, M. Fetzer, A. Hall, M. Manfull, F. Weir, F. Burlak, B. Morris, Mr. Poe, 

Coach R. Novofny. 

Fourth Row: P. Gulgin, R. Tullis, J. Wilder, H. Shaffer, A. Love, W. Porowski, S. Farkas, H. Boughman. 



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PARLANCE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Clarence Boyle 

Vice-President John Tallentire 

Secretary Irene Osborne 

Treasurer Mory Miller 

Program Chairman Herman Peters 

The club was formally organized during the year 
1936-1937 and is just completing its second succes- 
ful year. The purpose of the Parlance Club is to dis- 
cuss contemporary social, political and economic 
questions of interest to students of current affairs. 
Dr. Anthony and Dean Blair are the faculty advisers 
for the club. 



FRENCH CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Margaret McMillion 

Vice-President Ruth LaPolla 

Secretary-Treasurer Pauline Franks 

Le Cercle Francois was organized at K.S.U. in 1928, 
making this the tenth year of its existence here. The 
club is to promote the use of French and interest in 
France in an informal social atmosphere, as well as 
in the formal classroom. The advisers for this club 
are Dr. Grace Sproull and Miss Helen Machan. 



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PARLANCE CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: P. Weis, M. Miller, G. Wang, M. Finefrock, A, Milligan, I. Osborne, L. Storkey, M, Stefonik. 
Second Row: H. Peters, J, Tallentire, W. Dunlap, R. Gillis, H. M. Kong, C, Boyle, M. Kearns. 

FRENCH CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: C. Billiard, J. Harmony, D. Werner, M. McMillion, R. LaPolla, Prof. G. Sproull, B. Schlesinger. 
Second Row: F. Waterbury, D. Hunston, M. Snyder, C. Green, J. McCorkle. 
Third Row: M. Simpson, D. Smith, M. Cukrov, V. Clak. 



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OFF-CflMPUS WOMEN'S CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President Stella Ruta 

Vice-President Ruth Ann Euliss 

Secretary Betty Ferguson 

Treasurer Mildred Finefrock 

This organization was founded on our campus six- 
teen years ago when Dean of Women, Blanche A. 
Verder, saw the need of an organization for girls who 
lived off-campus. They have maintained club rooms 
in Merrill Hall for the use of their members. They 
have been the sponsors of our annual "Pop Concert" 
in which every organization is a participant. 



COMMERCE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Marion E. Shank 

Vice-President Priscilla Greime 

Secretary Dorothy Hoskins 

Treasurer Dale Strohl 

The official club of the Commerce Department. It 
numbers among its activities, field trips, outside 
speakers on various subjects, including demonstra- 
tions and motion pictures. This club presented the 
Social Calendar with an all-University Dance during 
this post year. 



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OFF-CAMPUS WOMENS CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: A. Milligan, E. Shaffer, M. E. Hall, M Fmefrock, S, Ruta, M. A. Wallace, G, M. Wang. 
Second Row: B. Schlesinger, D. Johnston, H. McConnell, V. Woods, M. R. Read- 
Third Row: I. Ince, L. DeSimio, D. Werner. 

COMMERCE CLUB 

First Row: M. Vlad, E. Ruble, F. Hair, D. Strohl, M. E, Shank, D. Hoskins, R. Brunstad, K. Adolph. 
Second Row; W. A. Patterson, R. Cramer, R. Redmond, D. H. Baldwin, W. Bosworth. 
Third Row: N. Levin. D. Burkner, R. Roderick, C. Lawrence. 



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ART CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Ted Keller 

Vice-President Ruth Parsons 

Secretary-Treasurer Eleanor Evans 

The Art Club was founded the 2nd semester of 1935 
on the University Campus. They have E. Ladisiow 
Novotny as their club adviser, who encouraged the 
club to sponsor "First Annual Student-Alumni Ex- 
hibition." 



COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Merle Hammock 

Vice-President Viola Bodo 

Secretary Mary Furcolow 

Treasurer John Tollentire 

Adviser Dean O. H. Williams 

The Club was founded at the University of Syracuse 
in 1907. They number seventy clubs in U. S. Col- 
leges. The club purposes to make foreign students 
welcome on American campuses, to help them with 
their problems, and to foster World Brotherhood. 
The two hemispheres on the seal of the club signify 
that it is port of a world wide organization. The two 
clasped hands represent the tie which binds the two 
hemispheres together in the brotherhood of the 
heart. The flaming torches of truth light the way to 
international understanding; the laurel branches pro- 
claim the victory of faith and love of mankind. The 
club motto is "above all nations is humanity." The 
club on our campus was organized in 1935. 



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ART CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: B. Kernen, M. Belknap, E. Evans, T. Keller, R. Parsons, M. Woods, D, Smith. 
Second Row: E. Wendel, J. Barrick, G. Theobald, A. Kieselbach, C. Leist. 

COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

First Row: H. Ward, M. Miller, A. Hartnnan, V. Bica, V. Bodo, 1. Osborne, R. Ricks, M. Heffron, J. Young. 
Second Row: D. Tewes, J. Tallentire, W. Dunlap, M. Hammack, R. Giliis, Han Mo Kong, Dean Williams. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Francis Weir 

Vice-President Edward Brennan 

Recording Secretary . . Ginevieve Sofranec 

Corres. Secretary Helen Ungashick 

Treasurer M. Rita Meaney 

The Newman Club was founded by Cardinal Newman 
at Philadelphia. It was organized at Kent State Uni- 
versity in 1936. The purpose of this organization is 
to influence the spiritual, intellectual, and social 
welfare of the Catholic students on the campus. 




NEWMAN CLUB 

Left to Right — First Row: M. Dolon, M. Snee, M. Gockstetter, B. Thomas, V. Jackson, A, Dunn, E, Cook, K. Forbes, M, Driver, 
R. Meaney. 

Second Row: E. Lourenson, H. Madden, M. Hannon, K. Moloney, R. Dongler, A. Salerno, J. Demosa, S. Ruta, M, Seesholtz, W. 
Lang. 

Third Row: J. Lourenson, G. Sofronee, M. Hown, P. Molone, A. Wetzel, I, Valentino, L. Senglar, J. Doubet, A. Vv'elsh, E. Brennan, 
J. Bissler. 

Fourth Row: Father Hortman, D, Sullivan, K. Adolph, M. Bruno, H. Hinderschied, C. Sheehe, W. Perowski, J. Aschawer, K. 
Kainrad, R. Bueck, J, Donohoe, F. Weir. 



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Most Popular Man 



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SMILE QUEEN 
WILDA FOREMAN 

Alpha Sigma Tau 



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HOMECOMING QUEEN 
JEAN ULMER 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 



MISS KENT STATE 
HELEN GRAY 

Delta Sigma Epsilon 



MOST POPULAR WOMAN 
DOROTHY SEASON 

Alpha Sigma Tau 



MOST POPULAR MAN 
BEN McGINNIS 

Sigma Tau Gamma 



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First Row: Coach J. W. Begala, E. Seitz, R. Potts, R. Wicks, A. Cox, A. Hall, R. Snyder, L. Warren, H. Harrington, Coach Ray 
Novotny. 

Second Row: R. Rentschler, C. Falcone, D. Alexander, S. Farkos, E, Sullivan, J. Woods, D. Miller, L. Schoffman, J. Riley. 

Third Row: Head Coach "Rosy" Storn, G. Mollica, W. Morris, 0, Mushrush, R. Wilson, A. Miller, L. Netzen, F. Estochin, E. 
Mcllvane, H. Nickerson, L. Cardinal. 



Failure to play good football for both halves of one contest cost the 1937 edition of the 
Golden Flash gridiron machine the chance of being the most successful team in the history 
of the institution. 

The records show that Coach "Rosy" Starn's men turned in victories over Otterbein, 13-0; 
Findlay 20-0; and Ashland 14-0. Defeats were handed out by Baldwin-Wallace, 13-0 
in the season's opener; Heidelberg 13-7; Buffalo 13-0 and Wooster 15-7. A 13-13 tie 
was played with Bowling Green. 

Offensively, the Stornmen tallied 73 points and limited their foes to 67 counters. Carmen 
Falcone paced the attack with 24 points. Joe Woods contributed the longest run, a 45 
yard trek against the Wooster Scots. At Ashland, the Flashes unleashed a vicious attack 
and piled up a total of 334 yards to set a season's record. 



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Breaking the tradition that a Kent State team never emerged 
victorious from Rockwood Field, Ashland, the Starnmen closed 
their 1937 football season with a decisive 14-0 victory over the 
Ashland tagles. 

A dazzling aerial attack, coupled with some powerful running 
plays from a 7. formation, were too much for Ashland team who 
were outplayed in every department of the game. The Flashes 
made a total of 334 yards to their opponents 135. Sixteen first 
downs v/ere credited to Kent while Ashland made eight. Both 
touchdowns were scored on passes, the first Rentschler to Hall in 
the first period and the other, Sullivan to Harrington in the fourth 
quarter. 



A late rally by Bowling Green's Falcons deprived Kent's Golden 
Flashes a chance of ending their season with an equal number of 
victories and losses. Unleashing a powerful passing attack late 
in the game, the sister institution seemed to baffle the Starnmen 
and rolled up 13 points to tie the score. 

Ashton Hall and Dice Alexander scored Kent's two touchdowns, 
both in the first half. Kent led in first downs, contributing thirteen 
to their opponents nine. An optomistic Dad's Day crowd witnessed 
the fourth tie contest between the two schools since gridiron 
relations were established in 1920. 




Before one of the largest Homecoming crowds in the history of 
the institution. Coach G. Donald "Rosy" Starn's gridmen defeated 
a favored Findlay eleven, 20-0, in one of the season's most inter- 
esting contests. 

Findlay came to Kent a heavy favorite but the Flashes, with its 
full strength on hand, soon displayed to an excited Homecoming 
crowd some of the powerful running and aerial tricks that had 
been kept in store during the early part of the season. 
Carmen Falcone, ace fullback, provided the necessary punch in 
the shades of the goal-posts and crashed through a strong Findlay 
line for three touchdowns. 



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Halfback, Soph. 



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D. Butler 

Guard, Junior 



L. Cardinal 

Halfback, Soph. 



A. Cox 

Center, Senior 



F. Estochin 

Center, Soph. 



A. Hall 

Halfback, Senior 

Independent 



OTTERBEIN FOOTBALL GAME 

Battling on a rain-soaked field, Kent's 
Golden Flashes defeated Otterbein 13-0 
for the initial gridiron victory of the 
year. The Starnmen led their Ohio Con- 
ference foes in every department of the 
game, scoring 18 first downs to the 
Otter's two; 212 yards from scrimmage 
to the opponent's 48 and completing 
nine passes to Otterbein's two. 

The first touchdown of the year was one 
of the finest executed plays in the his- 
tory of the University. With the ball on 
the 29 yard line, Alexander flipped a 
pass to Hall, who, just before being 
pulled down, tossed a lateral to Warren 
who stepped over for the first six points 
of the year. Falcone plunged over for 
the second touchdown from the eight 
yard line early in the second quarter. 
Both teams failed to score in the second 
half. 



C. Falcone 

Fullback, Junior 

Iniiependclit 



H. Harrington 

End, Junior 



E. Sullivan 

End, Junior 

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D. Miller 

Center, Soph. 



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G. Mollica 

Guard, Soph. 

Independeni 



L. Netzen 

Tackle, Soph. 

Independent 



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H. Nickerson 

Halfback, Junior 



R. Potts 

Halfback, Soph. 



R. Rentschler 

Halfback, Soph. 

Independent 



L. Schoffman 

Tackle, Junior 

Indi-I'eii'lent 



R. Snyder 

Tackle, Senior 



J. Woods 

Fullback, Junior 

K.MK 



Head Coach 
"Rosy" Starn 



L. Warren 

End, Senior 

Independent 



R. Wicks 

Guard, Junior 

All 



R. Wilson 

Tackle, Soph. 



P. Ryan 

Mgr., Junior 



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WRESTLING 

Norvin "Nick" Carter in three years of 
varsity competition won twenty nine 
matches and lost two. He won first place 
in 1936 and 1937 in the Inter-State 
Tournament under the one-hundred-six- 
ty-five pound class, and finished second 
in 1935 in the Inter-State Tournaments. 

Winning eleven of twelve matches 
and boasting four interstate cham- 
pions, as well as the team champion- 
ship, 1938's wrestling squad finished 
another very successful season under 
the guidance of Coach Joe Begala. 
Starting the season with a close win 
over the freshman squad, 15-11, the 
team ran up a victory streak of six 
straight before meeting their only 
conqueror of the season — powerful 
Ohio State University. 
Captain Buell Graven finished his 
third year of intercollegiate wrestling 
with the enviable record of twenty- 
seven victories and one tie. Graven 
won interstate championships in 
1936-37-38, and was A. A. U. cham- 
pion in 1936 and 1937. He was 
judged the outstanding wrestler from 
a field of 125 entries. In 1936, he 
was an Olympic finalist. 
Norvin, "Nick", Carter an Interstate 
champion 1935-36-38 turned in a 
record of twenty-nine victories out of 
thirty-one matches in his three years 
of varsity competition. 

TEAM ROSTER 

Dale Strohl, 118 lbs.; Russ Doan, 
John Wilber, 126 lbs.; Buell Graven, 
Lynn Sivon, 135 lbs.; William Morris, 
Ralph Beuck, Myron Bruno, Dick But- 
ler, 155 lbs.; Norvin Carter, 165 lbs.; 
Don Miller, 175 lbs.; Carmen Falcone, 
heavyweight. Leonard Pomeroy, 155. 



First Row: D. Strohl, N. Carter, B, Graven, R. 
Doan. 

Second Row: N. Llttlepoge, D. Miller, R. Beuch, 
L. Sivon, M. Bruno. 

Third Row: Coach J. W. Begala, R. Butler, J. 
Allogdiedis, L. Pomeroy, J. Watts, Mgr., Missing, 
C. Falcone. 





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SEASON'S RECORD 

. 1 5 Frosh 11 

.32 Youngstown Y.M.C.A 

.26 Ohio University 8 

. 24 Waynesburg College .... 6 

.36 Findlay College 

. 1 7 Univ. of Wisconsin 11 

.9'^ Ohio State U 19' 2 

. 15 Ohio U 11 

.24 Michigan Stote College... 6 

.28 Washington and Jefferson. 6 

.28 Univ. of Pittsburgh 

. I 7 Case School of Ap. Sci. , . . 1 ] 



Dale StrohL Sr. 

118 pound Champion 




Wrestling Coach, 
Joe Begola 



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R. Doan 

2 yrs. Interstate 

Champ 

126 lb. 



D. Strohl 

118 lb. 



B. Morris 

155 lb. 



Winning twenty-seven and tying 
one match in his three years of var- 
sity competition, Buell Graven has 
set on enviable record. Three times 
Inter-State Champion in the one- 
hundred- twenty-six- pound division 
in 1935, and the one-hundred-thir- 
ty-five-pound division in '36 and 
'37. In 1935, he was an Olympic 
finalist and A. A. U. Champion. He 
was also voted the best wrestler in 
1935 Inter-State Tournament. 



M. Bruno 

155 lb. 



C. Falcone 

Heavyweight 



L. Pomeroy 

155 lb. 



L. Sivon 

145 lb. 



N. Carter 

2 yrs. Interstate 

Champ 

165 lb. 



D. Butler 

155 lb. 



B. Graven 

3 yrs. Interstate 

Champ 

135 lb. 



D. Miller 

175 lb. 



R. Beuck 

155 lb. 



Coach Begala receiving a team 
trophy. Presented by Capt. Graven 
at the final match of the year. 



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BASEBALL 



Led by Lyie Warren who batted the apple around 
at a terrific clip, and Keith Spriggle, who was given 
the task of filling the shoes of both Marvin Garner 
and Roy Pinyoun, Kent's 1938 baseball season 
might be called only mediocre. 

Victories were recorded over some of the leading 
Ohio Conference foes, among which Muskingum, 
Heidelberg, and Bowling Green were outstanding. 
Wooster, Findlay and Toledo were the Flashes' 
conquerors. 

Six members of the squad, Warren, Doan, Fedu- 
niak, Gulgin, Hoenstein and Hall hit for a seasons 
average of .300 or over. Spriggle was the out- 
standing hurler. 



W. — April 27 Oberlin Here 

S. — April 30 Bowling Green Here 

W. — May 4 Wooster Here 

S. — May 7 Muskingum Here 

T. — May 1 Ashland There 

S. — May 1 4 Findlay Here 

F. — May 20 Findlay There 

5. — May 21 Bowling Green There 

W.— May 25 Ashland Here 

S. — June 4 Wooster There 

F. — May 20 Heidelberg .There 

S. — May 21 Toledo Here 




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Left to Right — First Row: James Spratt, Chester Hoenstine, Keith Spriggul, Robert Renfschler, Ashton Holl, Bob Vv'hitman, 

Russell Docn, LyIe Warren, Steve Feduniak, and Pete Gulgin. 

Middle Row; Donald Starn, Coach; Marty Kovalik, Wayne Griffith, Dan Hanny, Lamont Burger, Howard Baughman, Louis 

Cardinal, Rondel Cox, end Nick Mirto. 

Last Row: Andy Tobasco, Don Scullion, Jock Tomoshesko, Paul Wheriey, ond Leonord Pomeroy. 



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BASKETBALL 



Inconsistency . . . keynote of the 1937-38 basket- 
ball season for the Golden Flashes . . . Failure to 
register victories over the weaker opponents . . . 
registering victories over the powerful foes ... a 
record of 1 1 victories in 23 contests. 
Highlight of the season was 37-32 triumph over 
Muskingum, defending Ohio Conference champion 
. . . Hiram's 48-41 conquest over the Flashes 
probably the major upset of the campaign . . . 
Ernie Sullivan, stellar guard, given a place on sec- 
ond All-Ohio conference team picked by Tom- 
my Devine, United Press correspondent and Con- 
ference coaches . . . Roy Pinyoun, forward, only 
graduating member of this year's first team, agair 
the team's high scorer . . . 
The season's record follows: 



Kent 


State. 


.42 


Kent 


State. 


.29 


Kent 


State. 


.37 


Kent 


State. 


.37 


Kent 


State. 


.44 


Kent 


State. 


.34 


Kent 


State. 


.46 


Kent 


State. 


.30 


Kent 


State. 


.44 


Kent 


State . 


.38 


Kent 


State . 


.32 


Kent 


State. 


.39 


Kent 


State. 


.38 


Kent 


State. 


.27 


Kent 


State . 


.48 


Kent 


State. 


.53 


Kent 


State . 


.50 


Kent 


State. 


.24 


Kent 


State. 


.37 


Kent 


State. 


.40 


Kent 


State. 


.41 


Kent 


State. 


.50 


Kent 


State. 


.47 



Youngstown 27 

V/estminster 58 

Muskingum 32 

Edinboro 36 

John Corroll 42 

Penn State 47 

Baldwin-Wallace . . . 58 

Wilmington 31 

Hobart 29 

Defiance 48 

Bowling Green . . . . 48 

Toledo 51 

Findloy 45 

John Carroll 32 

Marietta 53 

Hiram 31 

Findlay 31 

Baldwin-Wallace . . . 23 

Wooster 43 

Wittenberg 49 

Hiram 48 

Bluffton 31 

Ashland 35 



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John Carroll Basketball Game 

Guard Paul "Ducky" Hazen, 
stepping out of his usual role 
of stationary guard, provided 
the spark for Kent's court 
victory over John Carroll on 
the foreign court. The final 
count was 44-42. 
With the Carroll attack con- 
centrated on Roy Pinyoun and 
Pete Gulgin, high-scoring for- 
wards, Hazen took to pitching 
the cowhide and was success- 
ful in six action shots. Bert 
Davidian, playing one of his 
first gomes under the Kent 
regalia, scored 10 points. Kent 
led 25-16 at half time, but 
found it very difficult to stem 
a late Cleveland rally. 




B. Davidian, Guard; Soph, Delta Ph\ Sigma. P. Gulgin, Forward; Jr., Sigma Tou Gamma. P. Hazen, Guard; Jr., Delta Phi Sigma. 

G. Kempf, Center; Jr., Delta Phi Sigma. 
R. Pinyoun, Forward. 



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H. Shaffer, Center; Jr., Kappa Sigma Chi 



R. Rentschler, Forward; Soph, 

0. Simmons, Mgr.; Sr.. Delta Phi Sigma 

E. Sullivan, Guard; Jr., Kappa Mu Kappa. B, Watkins, Forward, Sr, 




Wooster Gome 

In one of the most thrilling 
gomes of the season, Coach G, 
Donald "Rosy" Storn's court- 
men fell before a powerful 
Wooster team, 43-37. Con- 
centrating on Nick Froscello, 
all-Ohio forward, Kent could 
not cope with the deadly long 
shots of his mates. Henderson 
took over the usual Froscello 
role and dumped in o total of 
21 points. 

Ernie Sullivan, all-Ohio guard, 
turned in one of his best per- 
formances of the year in limit- 
ing Froscella to 10 points. The 
deadly Scot marksman ended 
the season as one of the high- 
est scorers in the nation, 
Wooster led 20-19 at half 
time but a late game rally 
widened the gap. Pinyoun led 
the Flashes with 1 1 points. 



Findlay Game 

Led by Roy Pinyoun who scored 
eight action shots. Coach G. 
Donald "Rosy" Storn's basket- 
ball squad walloped Findlay 
50-31, before one of the larg- 
est crowds of the season. 

Leading only 23-17 at half 
time, the Flashes come back 
strong in the second half to 
put Kent out in front by a siz- 
able margin. The gome was 
one of the roughest ever wit- 
nessed, a total of 31 personal 
fouls being called. 



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MINOR SPORTS 



The year 1937-38 saw an added interest in minor 
sports at the University. Candidates for positions 
turned out in much larger numbers than in former 
years. Added facilities and purchase of new equip- 
ment, as well as added interest by the student body, 
have at last put minor sports on the par that the ath- 
letic deportment has been striving for. 

Although the track team dropped its four meets this 
year, high hopes are being held for next year's team. 
Only two men are graduating and Coach J. W. Be- 
gala feels that next year's squad will be the best in 
the history oh the University. 

In swimming, the team garnered three wins compared 
to five losses. Powerful Fenn, the pride of Cleveland 
swimming circles fell twice before the attack of the 
charges of Coach Ray Novotny. Much is expected 
of next year's team which will not be weakened by 
graduation. 

Playing mediocre tennis, the Golden Flashes won four 
while dropping five contests. This was quite an im- 
provement over last year when the team won but two 
matches. Graduation will rob the squad of both its 
number one and two men. 



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Track 



First Row: F. Burlok, J. Mauer, J. Steinerf, 
B. McGinnis, J. Armour, M. Lawrence, G. 
Wrentmore, L. Follin. 

Second Row: Coach Joe Begola, Fuchik, M. 
Bruno, B. Davidion, L. Netzen, H. Penn. N. 
Hill, G. Buzelencia, Manager. 



Swimming 

Left to Right — First Row: M. Manfull 

W. Arva, R. Wans. 

Second Row: B. Creigbaum, S. Farkas, D. 

Johnston. 

Third Row: L. Follin, C. Hawthorne, R. 

Novotny, F. Burlok. 



Tennis 



J. Tallentire, Manager; J. Tomasheka, S. 
Farkas, R. Wilson. D. Alexander, F. Wood, 
D. Roy, Coach Roy Novotny. 






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Frosh Basketball 

Left to Right — First Row: R. Novotny, J. 

Davis, J. Beal, B. Watson, M. Conners, M. 

Mittiga. 

Second Row: J. Ignaut, R. Hromco, A. 

Lave, B. Boliontz. 




INTRflMURflLS 



The winning fraternity team in each sport is awarded 
a cup emblematic of intramural athletic supremacy 
in that particular field. The intramural award is 
given to the fraternity which at the end of the school 
year has accumulated the most number of points from 
all intramural sports. This award is distinct from the 
individual sport trophy and is emblematic of athletic 
supremacy in all fields of sport. 

Added interest . . . especially in independent league 
. . . bitter rivalry in the fraternity league . . . again 
won by Delta Phi Sigma . . . Newman club coming 
home ahead of the field in the independent league 
. . . all contributing to the most successful intra- 
mural program in the history of the institution. 

Beginning with cross-country in the fall . . . contin- 
uing through horseshoes, swimming, basketball, track, 
gym, and golf . . . final results not determined until 
completion of final events in May . . . remarkable 
growth of independent league in its second year . . . 
under capable direction of A. C. Poe . . . fraternity 
league again continued in usual smooth form . . . 
under leadership of G. J. Altman. 

Steady growth of the institution has made apparent 
the need of intramural program . . . larger program 
is being planned for next year. 



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WOMEN'S SPORTS 



Women's sports, now including hockey, volley-ball, 
basketball, tennis, golf, badminton, baseball, archery, 
swimming, tumbling and dancing, reach every woman 
Inter-sorority games, good sportsmanship and team 
work are the key notes of the playing. The high 
spots of the year are the inter-class and color team 
games. 



105 







And Your Social Organizations 



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PflN-HELLENIC 

President Viola Bodo 

Secretary Nellie Dominick 

Corresponding Secretary 

Betty Lauderbough 

Treasurer Mary Jane Hunter 

Advisor Miss Elizabeth Engel 

Our Pan-Hellenic Association was organized on our 
campus in 1925. It exists for the purpose of making 
and enforcing rushing and bidding rules among 
the Greek letter organizations for women; to regulate 
other matters pertaining to local pan-hellenic life and 
to encourage all sorority chapters to take an active 
part and interest in all university activities for the 
common good. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

President Tom Manko 

Vice-President Richard Butler 

Secretary-Treasurer Harry Nelson 

The Interfraternity Council exists for the purpose of 
maintaining agreement, furthering cooperation and 
mutual understanding between the men's Greek let- 
ter social organizations on the campus and the Uni- 
versity Administration. With the growth of the Uni- 
versity it is continually acquiring added power and 
prestige. The council was organized in 1924, and is 
under the advisership of Dean Manchester. 



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PAN HELLENIC 

Left to Right — First Row: Miss Engle, M. Elgin, D. Ruggles. V. Bcdo, B. Breen, V. Frederick, D. Season. 

Second Row: L, Pliskin, H. Gray, M. Hunter, M. Brannon, M. Wolf. 

Third Row: V. Pearl, N. Dominic, J. Ulmer, M. J. James, B. Lauderbaugh. 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Left to Right — First Row: C. Bradler, A. Cox, T. Manko, J. Tallentire, M. Kovalik. 
Second Row: Dean Manchester, D. Butler, B. McGinnis, H. Nelson, R. Butler. 



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ALPHA SIGMA TAU 



OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Season 

Vice-President Betty Louderbaugh 

Recording Secretary Betty Manchester 

Corresponding Secretary Blanche Kesselring 

Treasurer Gretchan Cooke 

Historian Margaret Clark 

Custodian Jean Evans 

Chaplain Randa Tozer 

Anchor Editor Kathryn Ervin 

Pledge Mistresses J.J. White, Geneva Roberson 




Left to Right — First Row; J. Allison, R. Baumberger, M. Clark, M. Colby, R. Bradley, B. Kesselring. 
Second Row: G. Cooke, R. Cramer, K. Erwin, D. Henne, J. Evans, Miss Adams. 



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Alpha Sigma Tau was founded at State Teacher's College, Ypsi- 
lanti, Michigan in 1899. Eta Chapter received its charter in 
1927, and was among the first Association of Education Sorori- 
ties on this campus. The organization now includes fifty mem- 
bers, actives and pledges. This organization claims for 1938, 
Editor of the Chestnut Burr, Smile Queen, Most Popular Woman, 
four members of Cardinal Key, and two Student Council members. 




Left to Right — First Row: C. Jones, C. Kohr, B. Lauderbaugh, B. Manchester, M. Maxa, H. J. Pierce, G. 
Roberson. 

Second Row: E. Saum, D. Season, R. Tozer, J. Toth, J. Vv'harton, J. J. White, Miss Hill. 



Ill 



Iota chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, Kent State's only notional 
fraternity, was established in 1927, with the local organization 
known as Gamma Tau Delta. Previous to the founding of Gamma 
Tau Delta, which occurred in 1926, a non Greek letter fraternity 
existed called "The Midnight Suns" The Midnight Sunners or- 
ganized in 1925 and decided to go "Greek letter," one year later. 




Left to Right — First Row: H. Mull, G. Reese, R. Renkert, A. Podwoski, J. Schaetzle, W. Show. 
Second Row: D. Stewart, H. Stewart, J. Smith, J. Tomasheska, A. Tobasko, T. Wotts. 
Third Row: E. Williams, D. Zink, Mr. Stopher, Dr. Moore, Dr. Munzenmayer, Dr. Stewart. 



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SIGMA TflU GAMMA 



OFFICERS 

President Ben McGinnis 

Vice-President Tom Watts 

Secretary James Smith 

Treasurer Griffith Reese 

Sergeant-at-Arms Ernest Williams 




#i#^i%^ 



Left to Right — First Row: R. Blockinger, T. DeEulis, J, Dixon, P. Guigm, G, Hostetler, T. Borrick. 
Second Row: F. Josbeck, M. Kovalik, W. Love, E. Matthews, B. McGinnis, B. Hurd. 



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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Elizabeth Elgin 

Vice-President Dorothy Ruggles 

Recording Secretary Jane Ebel 

Corresponding Secretary Eleanor Evans 

Treasurer Helen Madden 

Pledge Mistress Jane Fitzpatrick 

Adviser Miss Mono Fletcher 



M. Bedford 

M. Bucher 

M. Conn 

R. Creger 

R. Dangler 

N. Daub 

D. Dixon 
J. Ebel 




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Sigma Sigma Sigma has the distinction of being the oldest sorority 
on our campus. The organization was founded in Farmville, Va. 
in 1898 and now has 37 chapters. It was in 1925 that Alpha 
Beta chapter was installed at Kent State University. 




Left to Right — First Row: M. L. Elgin, E. Evans, J. A. Fellows, J. Fitzpatrick, P. Fuller, R. Hudson, B. Lacy. 

Second Row: A. J. Lea, H. Madden, J. Myers, R. Parsons, B. Peck, F. Reed, D. Ruggles. 

Third Row: L. Smith, H. L. Ungoshick, J. Ungoshick, K. Wardman, M. Williams, D. Winemiller, M. Fletcher. 



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Kappa Mu Kappa has the distinction of being the oldest fraternity 
on the campus. It was founded as Kappa Mu Kappa in 1922, 
previous to that time it was known as Kent Kampus Klub, and then 
as Kent Men's Klub. Kappa Mu Kappa, as a Greek fraternity, 
was derived from this club. Sixteen years of organization has 
proven the diversification of activities of the fraternity, mainly 
that of athletics. 



&. 



G. Barkolow 

W. Barkett 

L. Cardinal 

J. Cooper 



C- Falcon 

S. Fogg 

L. Follin 

B. Graven 



R. Haberkost 
D. Hife 

W. Jenior 

E. Kegler 



L. Koba 

M Manful 

J. McGurk 

E. Sullivan 



R. Vv'hitman 

B. Butler 

R. Butler 

R. Mansfield 



L, J^- p^ -^^ ^ ^'' 




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KAPPA MU KflPPfl 




OFFICERS 

President Richard Butler 

Vice-President Robert Whitman 

Secretary Sam Fogg 

Treasurer Sam Sherman 

Sergeant-at-Arms Mike Manful 

Steward Louis Cardinal 




First Row: S. Fogg, L. Cardinal, L, Follin, R. Smith, R, Haberkost, R. E. Butler. 
Second Row: S. Helmick, J, McGurk, J. Gerberich, W. Jenior, H. Abbott. 



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,-i^>. 




ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 



-■^^Sa^S^i^jt^ 



OFFICERS 

President Jean Ulmer 

Vice-President Marjorie Dunfee 

Secretary Jane Ann Tagenhorst 

Treasurer Jean Davis 

Editor Marjorie McNab 

Chaplain Verdo Sherrill 

Social Chairman Jean Hout 



R. Berrord 

J. Berry 

M. Crotser 

J. Davis 



M. Dunfee 

V. Fredericks 

G. Gettrust 

P. Grieme 




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Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal School in 1901. 
There are now 25 chapters. Omicron Omicron chapter received its charter 
on our campus in 1926. The Homecoming Queen for 1937 is a member of 
this organization. 




Left to Right — First Row: W. Griffiths, F. Grosvenor, J. Hout, E. J. Johnston, H. Jones. 
Second Row: B. Madison, M. McNab, L. Seeds, V. Shernll, V. Himes. 
Third Row: B. Starkey, J. A. Togenhorst, J. Ulmer, R. Van Fleet, M. Hunt. 



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Delta Phi Sigma Fraternity was founded in' 1924. The fraternity 
is noted as a winner of Keys and Cups. It has among its pos- 
sessions all of the Intro-Mural cups offered by K. S. U. Its mem- 
bership consists of 45 actives and 25 pledges. The Fraternity 
home is located at 262 Columbus St. 




Left to Right — First Row: D. Howard, G. Kempf, R. Lewis, L. Gorhom, R. Mack, T. Monko. 

Second Row: R. Orpin, H. Penn, L. Pomeroy, G. Pringle, 0, Simons, P. Smith, R. Stockdale. 

Third Row: J. Tallentire, R, Wilson, F. Wood, Mr. Stump, Dr. Hudson, Dean Williams, Mr. Wright. 



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DELTA PHI SIGMfl 




OFFICERS 

President Alvon Cox 

Vice-President Roger Wicks 

Secretary Robert Stockdale 

Treasurer Daniel Deevers 

Sergeant-at-Arms Robert Wilson 

Chaplain Tom Manko 




D Alexander 
D. Baldwin 
A, Brumage 
A. Cox 
G. Hall 

R Cox 

B. Dovidion 
P, Deevers 
H. Dunlevy 
J. Wilber 

S. Gardiner 
D. Gardner 
H. Gardner 
C. Hathorne 
C. Ropp 



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1 




DELTA SIGMA EPSILON 



OFFICERS 

President Helen Gray 

Vice-President Dorothy Knapik 

Recording Secretary Violet Pearl 

Treasurer Virginia Vutech 

Corresponding Secretary Maxine Strahl 

Chaplain Betty Shetler 

Historian Lois Gerig 




Left to Right — First Row: M. J, Antol, E. Bosley, B. Bosman, S. Cannon, G. Ziegier. 



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Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded at Miami University in 1913, and now has 
thirty chapters. Tau chapter received its charter on our campus in 1926. 
They are a member of Association of Education Sororities. A member of 
this organization is the title holder of 1937-38 Miss Kent State. 




Left to Right — First Row: J. DeGroft, L. Gerig, H. Gray, D. Knapik, V. Moore. 
Second Row: E. Myers, V. Pearl, S. Rummel, B. Shetler, S. L. Shirk. 
Third Row: M. Strahl, M. Shrive, D. Slemmons, V. Vutech, A. Vagnozzi. 



123 



Theta Sigma Upsilon was founded at Kansas State Teachers College, 
Emporia, Kansas in 1921. Now has eighteen chapters. Eta chapter was 
established on our campus in 1927. Before this time it had been a local 
organization. 




Left to Right — First Row: V. Bode, B. Breen, B. Brown, V. Clark. 
Second Row: H. DeMelker, M. Fitzgerald, C. Frank, R. Gibson. 
Third Row: G. Haos, E. Hoffman, M. L. Hoffman, L. Huston. 



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THETfl SIGMA UPSILON 



t 




OFFICERS 

President Viola Bodo 

Vice-President Dorothy McDermott 

Secretary Esther Sackett 

Editor Margaret Malone 

Treasurer Hazel Silsby 




F. Krieg 

V. Lesher 



M. Malone 

E. Osmun 



D. Potterson 



M. Runk 



E. Sockett 

H. Silsby 



G. Sofronec 



L Stump 

M. G. Swan 



Miss LaMar 



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PHI ALPHA ALPHA 



Phi Alpha Alpha Sorority is a local social sorority which was founded in 1930. This sorority 
has distinguished itself by winning the Pan Hellenic Scholarship Cup more times than any 
other sorority. The Phi Alpha's have also given a Womanhood Award to the most out- 
standing woman, June graduate, for several years. 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Brannon 

Vice-President Margaret Thompson 

Secretaries Jean Darby & Marie Smith 

Treasurer Martha Ann Gustafson 

Historian Mary Jane Hunter 

Advisor Miss Kinneman 



M. Brannon 



J, Darby 
M. J. Hunter 



F. Hair 



A. Mock 



M. Smith 
M. Thompson 
M. Gustafson 




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L. Cooper 
R. Dellner 

M. Hommack 
W. Hammer 
R. Miller 

G, Pugh 
E. Raymer 
E. Simpkins 
W. White 
J. Wilder 



OFFICERS 

President Earl Raymer 

Vice-President George Pugh 

Secretary William Hammer 

Treasurer Ray Dellner 




fiLPHfl PHI BETA 



127 




Pi Kappa Sigma sorority was founded 
at Ypsilonti, Michigan in 1895. The 
national organization now has 54 active 
chapters. Psi chapter was granted its 
charter at Kent in 1926. They are a 
member of the Association of Education 
Sororities. 



Left to Right — First Row: C. Barber, M. Brondon, N. Dominic, J. 

Doublet. 
Second Row: B. Fusco, M. l-|oover, M. J. James, E. Murray. 
Third Row: L. Myers, J, Welks, Miss Sproul, O. Snyder. 



OFFICERS 

President Nellie Dominick 

Vice-President Laura Myers 

Secretary Marjorie Brandon 

Treasurer Clarice Barber 

Editor Mary Jane James 



^^■^^ 




PI KAPPA SIGMA 



4 



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KAPPA SIGMA CHI 


















OFFICERS 

President Charles Bradler 

Vice-President Harry Nelson 

Secretary Richard First 

Treasurer Chester Hoenstine 









Left to Right — First Row: V. Beal, R. Beuck, R. Bethel, C. Bradler, K. Braucher, 

Second Row: M. Bruno, N. Chaffin, W. Dengle, F. Felder, R. First. 

Third Row: R. Gartrell, C. Hoenstine, H. Levinson, C. Maglione, B. Morgan. 

Fourth Row: W. Mural, H. Nelson, J. Page, G. Papushak, R. Parmigan. 

Fifth Row: W. Porowski, A. Scarpitti, J. Scobie, H. Shaffer, Mr. M. B. Palmer. 



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CHI DELTA 



Chi Delta Sorority was founded at Kent State Uni- 



versity in February, 1935. It is the only sorority 



with the requirement that its members be four-year 



students. 



OFFICERS 

President Delores Braucher 

Vice-President Ellenor Richardson 

Recording Secretary Kathryn Forbs 

Corresponding Secretary. .Margery Conkle 

Treasurer Genevieve Warner 

Chaplain Helen Schmidt 




Left to Right — First Row: D. Braucher, M. Conkle, E. Corfee, P. Crosby. 
Second Row: G. King, E. Richardson, H. Schmidt, J. Young. 



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] 




R. Biller 





T. Cohen 




K. Heinlen 




R. Leftowitz 


L. 


Pliskin 




E. Shapiro 




C^ Volk 




M. Wolf 



OFFICERS 

President Libby Pliskin 

Vice-President Martha Wolf 

Secretary Charlotte Volk 

Treasurer Thelma Cohen 



Phi Epsilon, a Jewish sorority, was 
founded in 1924 at Kent and was active 
on the campus for five years. Last year 
it was reorganized and is advancing 
rapidly. 




PHI EPSILON 



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LA FE 




Left to Right — First Row: M. Brevoort, G. Cameron, J. Dusenberry, M. Finefrock, L. 

Evans. 

Second Row: E. Herron, M. Kutz, E. Meizen, A. Miller, M. Pannier. 

Third Row: A. Salreno, B. Schoeffer, G. Squires, E. Stanley, M. Robinson. 

Fourth Row: G. Wang, E. Zimmerman, G. Snively, M. Diltz, Miss Eisen. 



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1 



OFFICERS 

President George Theobald 

Vice-President Clarence Boyle 

Secretary-Treasurer . . . Charles Quinnette 



The Barbarians were organized primarily as an ath- 
letic club, which was open to the men on the campus 
who could not afford to join any fraternity and who 
desired to be affiliated with some sort of group. Due 
to the increase in the membership of the club, social 
life was added to its phases of activities. The Barbs 
although not on top in the Intramural league, have 
competed in every event and have made the going 
tough for the other clubs and fraternities. In the 
coming years the name "Barbarians" will stand out at 
Kent State University. 



BARBARIANS 




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CALENDAR OF THE YEAR'S HIGHLIGHTS 

September 

20 — Freshman week begins. 

21 — Freshman Registration. 

22 — Upper Classmen Registration. 

23 — Class Work begins. 

25 — First football game — Baldwin-Wallace at Berea. All University 

dance. 
28 — First Freshman Lecture. 
30 — WAA Style Show — Moulton Hall. 

October 

2 — First home football game — Heidelberg. 

5 — Home Economics Club Picnic — College Grill. 

7 — Big Sister-Little Sister Tea — Moulton Hall. Sigma Sigma Sigma 

House Warming. 
9 — Kappa Mu Kappa House Party. Delta Phi Sigma Steak Roast. 

Gridders play Otterbein. 
10 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Formal Initiation. Delta Sigma Epsilon 

Formal Initiation. 
13 — Panhellenic Tea — Moulton Hall. 

14 — Weiner Roast for band members — Waternocks Park. 
15 — Delta Sigma Epsilon Hay Ride. 
16 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Alumnae Dance. Football team travels to 

Wooster. 
19 — Alpha Sigma Tau Open House. 

21 — Newman Club Scavenger Hunt. Alpha Sigma Alpha Open House. 
23 — Kappa Mu Kappa House Party. Football game at Buffalo. 

Summit Hall Dance. 
24 — Alpha Sigma Alpha formal initiation. 
25 — Piano Recital by Mr. Denker. 
26 — Sigma Tau Gamma Smoker. 
28 — Kappa Mu Kappa Smoker. 
29— N.E.O.T.A. weekend. 
30 — Gridders play Bowling Green here. 

November 

2 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Rush Party — Twin Lakes. Alpha Phi Beta 

Smoker. 
3_Y.W.C.A. Doll Show— Moulton Hall. 

Homecoming Play, "Enchanted April"? 
4 — Chi Delt Rush Party. Delta Sigma Epsilon Open House. Play. 
5— Play. 
6 — Homecoming Dance — Jean Ulmer Queen, Alpha Sigma Alpha. 

Homecoming Game — Kent and Findlay clash. 
9 — Kappa Mu Kappa Open House. Pi Kappa Sigma Rush Party. 

W.A.A. Carnival. 
1 1 — Alpha Sigma Tau's rush in Russian style. Town Hall. Sigma Tau 

Gamma Open House, Phi Epsilon Rush Party. Football team goes 

to Ashland. 



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CALENDAR 

12 — Don Cossack Russian Chorus comes to Kent. Sophomore Dance 

— Moulton Hall. 
13 — Alpha Sigma Tau Hay Ride. Kappa Mu Koppa House Party. 

Delta Sigma Epsilon Rush Party — Hotel Kent. 
15 — Lecture — Commander MacMillan. 
16 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Rush Party. 
18 — Musical Comedy "Swing Symphony". 

19 — "Swing Symphony". "Pigskin Prom" — Emerson Gill's Orchestra. 
21 — Pi Kappa Sigma Tea — Sorority House. 
23 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Rush Party at Hotel Kent. 
24 — Thanksgiving Recess begins. 
29 — Classes begin. Women's League Dinner for Transfer Students — 

Robin Hood. 

December 

3 — Lecture — Dr. George S. Counts. 

Moulton Hall Christmas Formal. 
4 — "All-Greek" Dance — Elks Club — Akron. 
7 — Alpha Sigma Tau pledging services — Captain Brady. 
8 — Sigma Sigma Sigma pledging services — Captain Brady. Amateur 

Night. Alpha Sigma Tau's capture 1st prize, 
9 — Sigma Tau Gamma Hay Ride. Basketball season opens at 
Youngstown. 
10 — Unversity Theater Formal — Portage Hotel Akron. 
1 1 — Sophomore Hop — Smile Queen, Wilda Foreman, Alpha Sigma Tau. 
12 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Sunday Nite Supper, Delta Sigma Epsilon 
Pledging Services. 
Pi Kappa Sigma Christmas Tea. 
14 — Assembly — All College "Sing". Basketball here — Westminster, 
16 — Phi Alpha Alpha Pledging Services — Basketball at Muskingum. 
17 — Alpha Sigma Tau Dance — Moulton Hall. 
18 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Formal. Alpha Sigma Alpha Pledge Dance. 

Phi Alpha Alpha Formal. 
19 — "The Messiah". Delta Sigma Epsilon Christmas Party. 
21 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Christmas Party Tri-Sig Christmas Party. 
Phi Epsilon Party. Pi Kappa Sigma Party, Moulton Hall Christ- 
mas Party. Basketball — John Carroll. Alpha Sigma Tau Christ- 
mas Party — Robin Hood. 
22 — Assembly — Christmas Program — Christmas Vacation begins. 

January 

3 — Classes begin again. 

5 — Baldwin-Wallace comes to Kent's court. 

7— New Year's Boll — Wills Gym. 

8 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Formal Dance. Delta Sigma Epsilon Pledge 

Dance. Basketball — Wilmington. Wrestling — Youngstown. Wills 

Gym. 
11 — Assembly — Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne. W.A.A. Party and 

Initiation. 



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13 — University Theater Play, "Ceiling Zero". Basketball — Hobart 
— here. 

14 — Ploy. Sigma Tau Gamma House Party. Wrestling with Ohio U. 
— here. 

15 — Kappa Mu Kappa House Party. Lowry Hall Dance. Swimming 
Meet — Fenn — there. 

17 — Basketball game with Defiance. 

21 — Basketball team journeys to Bowling Green. Wrestlers to Waynes- 
burg. Swimmers to Ohio University. 

22 — Basketball gome at Toledo. 

24 — Basketball at Findiay, 

27 — Assembly speaker, Dr. Goodwin Watson. 

28 — Alpha Sigma Tau Dance for alumnae and actives — Silver Lake 
Country Club. 

29 — Swimming Meet at Oberlin. President's Birthday Ball. 

February 

2 — Basketball Game — John Carroll — here. 

3 — Assembly — Tucker P. Smith. Alpha Sigma Alpha Tea. 

4 — All University Dance in Wills Gym. Pi Kappa Sigma Pledge 

Dance. Swimming Meet at Wooster. 
5 — Sigma Tau Gamma Formal. Pi Kappa Sigma Rough Initiation. 

Wrestling here with Wisconsin. Basketball at Marietta. 
7 — Chi Delta Founder's Day Dinner — Robin Hood. 
8 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Tea Dance. Moulton and Lowry Hall Theater 

Party. Swimmers meet Wayne University here. Basketball with 

Hiram here. 
1 1 — Delta Sigma Epsilon Initiation Party. Basketball game here with 

Findiay. 
12 — "Frosh Frolic" — Formal. Basketball game at Baldwin-Wallace, 

Wrestling at Ohio U. 
15 — General Open House Evening: Kappa Mu Kappa, Lowry Hall, 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, Alpha Sigma Tou. Swimming meet here 

with Fenn. 
16 — Cardinal Key Initiation and Dinner. 
17 — Basketball game here with Wooster. 
18 — Newman Club Dance — Mayflower Hotel. Delta Sigma Epsilon 

Dance, Chi Delta Initiation, Little Philharmonic Orchestra. 
19 — High School Day. Kent Swimmers meet Wooster here. 

Wrestling meet with Michigan State, here. Basketball with Wit- 
tenberg, here. 
22 — Washington's Birthday. No School. 
23 — Basketball game with Hiram, there. 

24 — Pop Entertainment — Alpha Sigma Alpha wins first prize. 
25 — Wrestlers go to Washington and Jefferson College. WAA Sweet- 
heart Dance. Kappa Mu Kappa Pledge Formal. 
26 — Sigma Sigma Sigma Pledge Formal — Mayflower Hotel. Phi Alpha 

Alpha Initiation. Wrestling with "Pitt" here. Swimming team 

goes to Allegheny. 
27 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Initiation — Sorority House. 
28 — Basketball game with Bluffton — here. 



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March 



1 — Basketball game with Ashland — there. 

3 — Lecture by Louis Untermeyer, 

4 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Dance in Akron. Ohio Conference Swimming 

Meet at Oberlin. 
5 — Alpha Sigma Tau Formal Dance, University Club in Akron. Delta 

Phi Sigma Pledge Dance — Moulton Hall. 
8 — Wrestling Meet with Case here. Delta Sigma Epsilon Rush Party. 

1 1 — Interstate Wrestling Championships — at Case. Chi Delta Astrol- 
ogy Party. 

12 — Kappa Sigma Chi Pledge Dance. Alpha Phi Beta Dance. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Rough Initiation 

13 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Mother-Daughter Banquet — Captain Brady 

15 — Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party. 

16 — Piano Recital by Miss Dowdy. 

17 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Rush Party. 

18 — Women's Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest. Moulton Hall Sport 
Dance. Kappa Mu Kappa House Party. 

19 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Dance. Delta Sigma Epsilon Dog Dance 
Summit Hall Formal. Sigma Sigma Sigma Scavenger Hunt. 

22 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Rush Tea. Phi Epsilon Rush Party. Kappa 
Delta Pi Pledge Ceremony 

23 — Biology Club Dinner. University Theater Play "Strife". 

24 — Play. Pi Kappa Sigma "Mardi Gras" Ball. 

25 — Junior-Senior Prom — Bob Crosby's Orchestra — The Season's High- 
light. 

26 — Delta Phi Sigma Formal, Sigma Tau Gamma Pledge Formal. 
Phi Alpha Alpha Dance. National Wrestling Match at Penn 
State. 

29 — Lecture by John Monteith "Sun and Silence in Death Valley". 



April 

1 — National Forensic Leogue Tournament. Theta Sigma Upsilon 

House Party. 
3 — Cardinal Key Dinner — Garden Grille — Akron. 
5 — Pi Kappa Sigma Dinner Party. 
8 — University Theater Formal — Hotel Cleveland. District Music 

Contest. 
9 — Alpha Sigma Tau Rough Initiation. 
10 — Alpha Sigma Tau Formal Initiation and Dinner Delta Sigma 

Epsilon Initiation. 

13 — All-County High School Chorus and Orchestra. 

14 — Alpha Sigma Alpha Barn Dance in Tallmadge. 

15 — Good Friday Program by the choir, "The Seven Last Words". 

Spring vacation begins at 5 ;00. 
28 — Theta Sigma Upsilon Pledge- Active Party. 



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29 — Co-ed Prom — Wills Gym. Cosmopolitan Club Dance — Moulton 
Hall. Alpha Sigma Tcu's annual "Gold Diggers" Dance, Hotel 
Kent. 

30 — Pan-Hellenic Dance in Akron. High School Play Day. 

May 

I — Father's and Mother's Day. Reception and Tea. Alpha Sigma 

Alpha Weiner Roast. 
3 — Tennis Game with Baldwin-Wallace — there. 
4 — Wooster's baseball team comes to Kent. 

5 — Tennis game with Ashland here. W.A.A. Tea at Moulton Hall. 
6 — Moulton Hall Spring Formal. 

7 — Trackmen go to Baldwin-Wallace. Baseball game with Muskingum 
here. Alpha Sigma Alpha Spring Formal in Cleveland, (Pine 
Ridge Country Clubl . 
8 — Newman Club District Convention, 
10 — Baseball game at Ashland. 
1 1 — Play "Winterset" by University Theater. Netmen go to Ashland. 

Baseball game with Findlay here. 
12 — Play, "Winterset". 

13 — Homecoming. Play, Kappa Mu Kappa steak roost. 
14 — Homecoming Dance. Theta Sigma Upsilon Formal — Hotel Cleve- 
land. 
18 — Physical Ed. Club picnic. 
21 — Sigma Tau Gamma Spring Formal — Hotel Stotler. 

Publications Hop — Wills Gym. 
22 — Alpha Sigma Tau Mother's and Father's Tea in garden. 
25 — Baseball game with Ashland here. 
27 — Pi Kappa Sigma Spring Formal. 
28 — Big 6 Track Meet. Commerce Club Dance at Moulton Hall. 

June 

2 — Sr. Men's Dinner. K, P, Club Graduate Dinner, OCWC Grad. 

Dinner. 
4 — Baseball gome at Wooster. 

Alpha Sigma Tau Spring Formal Dinner Dance — Lake Shore Hotel. 

— Harry Gilcrest plays for dancing, 
5 — Baccalaureate, 
9 — Delta Phi Sigma Spring Formal Dinner Dance, Kappa Mu Kappa 

Spring Formal Dinner Dance. 
1 — Commencement. 

Farewells to all Graduates. 



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AiiroiiN. JiiiiK's -.^0' liaiiibertoii St., Clevelniiil, O. 

Abbott, Iloiiicr Jiiiiie.s , . 1.S17 Alleiuliile Ave., K. Cleveland, O. 

Abbott, MarKiiret Klise R. D. \o. 1. Medina, O. 

Abbott, Verilabelle >lariefta Itoo.sevelt Dr., >leiitor, O. 

Acken. Alfred Dawson 10 Kent Rd.. Tallniad^^e, O. 

Aeker, PanI Ja> l."*,' llaiii St.. Kent, O. 

Aokley, Betty >Iarie 23 Ar^yle St., KKntrts^ille, \. V. 

Adnni. John .Jackson UlUi Paxton St.. Cleveland, O. 

Adain.s, Diana Marie, Plen.snnt Valley Rd., PtMi^hkeeitsie, N.Y. 

Adams, Kddie John iH'Ji Krniiklin A^e., Kent, O. 

Adams, (ieraldine Kiiinia ll.*V1> Pitkin A^e., Akron. 4). 

Adams. Ornian lir*)* Pllkin Ave., Akron, <>. 

Adiard. Betty iOva 208 AV. Main St.. Madison, <). 

Adolph. Kenneth K R. D. No. 1, Snft'ield. O. 

AKiii^ne, Bett>' Ma>' 21 AVIInia Ave., VonnK'stown, O. 

Ahlstrom, Helen \V 3!) Rieliiiiond Ave., Painesville, O. 

Aieher, I>orotli> ]>lae ;M>3 i'enter St.. Huron. <>. 

Ake, >lil<ired [■"'lorenee 1MM> Harriet Ave., Canton, O. 

Alexander. I>i4'e Curtis, 2740 \. Third St., Ciiyaho|i:;a 1-^alls, O. 

Alexander, Janice Leota MM Chase St.. IM^ria, O. 

Als*'r. Bettie Anita 41*3 \V. Sixth St., Kast Liverpool, (). 

Alleoek. John Arden H. I>. \n. I. Dorset. <>. 

Elm St., Hudson. O. 

. 20S Broadway St., YonnKslown, O. 

....10!> Streetsboro St.. Hudson. O. 

7-3 Bisson Ave., Akron, O. 



Allen, Anna Katherine. 
Allison, Helen .lean. . . . 
Alnian, Richard Keith.. 
AloK;delis, James 



Ambr4ise. Frances Ann . . . . l.H}>I4 Crennell Ave.. Cleveland. O. 

Anderson. Alfretl \'eri»er 323 \>'. Thtirnton St., Akr»>n. O. 

Aiidersi>ii. l-~'rank Oliver iHil >IcKiiiley Ave.. Akron, O. 



Anderson, Jan<^ Box 142, Slow. O 

Anderson, \\ ilbiir Lyie Rootstown, O, 

Andre, I'ae KiK'elia Hanoverton, O 

AndrcsH', Charles Harold 470 AVolcott Ave., Kent, O 

Andrews, Pauline It:irbara 80tl \. Fifth Ave., Toronto, O, 

An^el. Mildred Ann R. D. \4». I, Stone Creek, O 

Antal, >Iary Jane 1.32 i'^nnston St., VoiiiiR'st«>wn. O, 

Antoniik, Kll^elU* .%<(l Parkdalc Dr., .Vkron, O. 

Apley, tiertrnde R. D. \o. 1, Kent. (>, 

Aiineli, >Ilnnie Agnes. . . . (;tV3 Fatrpreen St., Yoiin^sto^vn. O. 

AriiK's, Anna >lay Bi>x 4'*, \i>rth Jai'kson, O. 

Armour, John 24r»<E Pelton Ave., Akron. O. 

Arnett, Ruth Fleanor 401 -2nil St., Canton. O, 

Arnold. Jennie l.onlse 102 Center St., Milan. O. 

Arthur. Flizabelh Lucre tia 

140 Cleveland St., Chasrin Falls, O, 

Arty., Thiirinan Itiirtoii R.D. \<». '2, Ravenna, O. 

Arva, A\ illiam Manhattan .. .071 Fries St., S. K. >fassillon, O. 

,.,220i» FIvira St.. Cleveland, O. 

. -2S Custer Ave., \'oiiiiK'stowii. O. 

.224 .S. Bruce St., Vouncstiiwii. O, 

Doylest<»wn, O. 

Aungst, Robert Charles 120 \ewman St., MansHold. O. 

Avery, Lyie Berdell 04 Kirkwood Ave.. Akron. O. 

Ayers, M. Rebc<'«'a, 307 \\ . Johnson St., I pper Sandusky. O. 



Aschnner, Joseph Albert.. 

Asliton. >lary J:ine 

Atkinsitn, >Iyrtle Lorraine . 
Ault, William R 



Bachkin. Dobrila .iSJio W . 30th St.. Cleveland, 

Bahler, Keith Albert North Broadway, Snsarcreek, 

Bailey. Nelle r>7ii W . State St.. Sharon, 

Bnilie, l\~y 23 S. Evanst4»n Ave., \ oun^stikwn, 

Baker, Audrie Berdine 11>3."» Fifth St.. S. F. Canton, 

Baker, Bett> Ann 2!>20 IHIImaii St., \ <Min;!:stow n, 

Baker, Leona \\ inifred, S14 Sackett Ave., Cn:ialioca l-'alls, 

Baldwin, Don D KMO Second St.. Cuyahoga Falls, 

Baldwin, Dutt' H 1<;40 Second St.. Cnynhogn Falls, 

Baldwin. Fleanor May \4»rth .lackson, 

257ti Paxtoii St.. Akr«iii, 

. . 1004 Voiingstow n, Rd., A\ .'irrcn. 



Baldwin, (ilafl^ks >l!ie.. 
Ball, (ilenn fietirge... 



Ballard. Peggy Rath Chardon 



Balser. lOilwin tieorge. . . 
Bal.ser. Mary Katharine.. 
Bainbaci, >latthew John.. 
Bambaci, Philip l-^rancis . 
Bancroft, Frances Fmlly . 



lOS.'i Peerless St., Akrtin. 

. . . . 22.S >ladison Ave.. Ravenna, 

.221 Halstead Ave., Harrison, N. 

237 Highland Ave., Kent. 

R. D. \o. 2, (iarrettsville, 

Banyc. Betty 10134 \anford Hd., Cleveland, 

Barber. Clarice Catherine 123!» Grant St.. A\ arren, 

Bakalow, tieorgc F I'err j". 

Barkett, \Voodr«»w K 1025 Maywood Ave., Akron, 

Barnes, Rt»hert Alfred, 2H \. Richview Ave., Voungstown, 

Barrick. James F 1.321» Maryland St., Canton, 

Bartholoini^w, Doris >largaret, 140 Adelaide Ave., W arren, 

Bnrtholomeiv, Ndrnia Ruth Chagrin ■-''alls. 

Bartlett. Fdward Charles 5»1 Robinette Ct., Akron, 

Bartlett, Jean Fllen 27771 Gilchrist St.. Fnclid. 

Basel, Fsther Grace 40.3 Summit St., Kent. 

Bntchelder, John Stonemnn 

. . .10301 Homeworth Ave.. Cleveland. 

Bate.s, Gertrude Helen .37S7 W. 13(»th St.. Cleveland. 

Ba ugh man, Howard Wesley, 218 W. ri.'th St., Ashtabula, 

Bauni, Fthel Mathilda 2IS3 \\ . !>Sth St., Clevel.-ind. 

Bauniberger, Ruth P. 311 F. Summit St., Kent, 

Bjtuniberger. Thomas E R. D. \o 1, Ravenna, 

Baumgardner, Ernestine R. D. Xo. .•>, Mnnstteld, 

Baxter. Betty Jane Hnbbard, 

Baxter, Dorothy .lean, llOO Avondale Ave., East Liverp4»ol, 

Benehler. Ruth FII:Kabeth R. D. No. 1. Brookfleld, 

Beachly. Gene Monr<»e . . . ;!3I I Fourth St., Cuyahoga Falls, 
Beal, lOlizabeth Laura. 2.";.V> Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, 
Beal, Joe Leon 31)5 Springmlll St., Mansfield. 



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Beal, \ ernon liCster R. D. \o. 2, Kent, O. 

Beard, Ruth Gladys ,300 E. College St., Kent. O. 

Realty. Helen Harriet. . .200 Bellflower Rd., \. W*. Canton, O. 

Beck, C;enevi<-ve SufHeld, O, 

Beck. Henry Charles .3.3S0 W. 4t!th St., Cleveland. O. 

Beck. Ralph K 204 Jetferson St., Ravenna, O. 

Heck, Ruth Marie 2:i.% Liberty St.. Painesville, O. 

Becker. Paul F., 2.3tS0 Stratford Ave., Cleveland Heights, O. 

Beck^vith, Rii-hard Eugene Fair<>hild Ave., Kent, O. 

Beckwilh, Richard Howard ::4IS Williamson St., Stow. O. 

Bedford, Marjorie M. \orwalk, O. 

Beilforil, R<il>erta Louise .... 1.32 I'^'unston St., '\'onngst«iwn. O. 

Heechcr. Carl J '211 Herald St.. >Iantua. O. 

Beci'her. >ljrtie Irene 211 Herald St., Mantua, O. 

Bcer>, ,!<» >lj»rgaret S.% |'"'ran«'es Ave., Akron. O. 

Begaia, .Inli.'i \an Court '2m Highland Ave.. Kent, O. 

Bt idler, Billie .l<iseplilne 

030 Chestnut Blvd.. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Belding, Abbie Jane 137r» Crescent Rd. S. W ., Canton. O. 

Belknap, Margaret \on Riigo, lOJt .Superior Ave., Dover, O. 

Bell, Itenlah May W ayland. O. 

Bell, Helen \ irginia W a> land, O. 

Bell, Th4»mas !•:. 77 Devonshire Rd., Akron. O. 

Bender. Hichanl \ 2104 llth St.. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Benedi<'t, Eliza Jane 21 Maple Ave.. Niles, O. 

Benford. Reynold G 124 Bennett Ave., Wellingt4>n. O. 

Bennett, Fred \\ J»21> W. 41st St.. .\shtabula. O. 

Bennett. Lawrence A 214 Bavine St., East U\erp«>ol. O. 

Benya, Mary .lane ."(M Sixth St.. Campbell. O. 

Berg, Kenneth \'i<'tor 

70 i:. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstow^. O. 

Bergcrt, Frances 1S::7 S. Arch St., Alliance. O. 

Berginan, Betty .lane 129 Snranae Ave., Youngsto^vn. O. 

Berkman, Charlotte Peninsula. O. 

Bernard. Eveljii >larie..l.3S N. Prospect St., Yoiingutown. O. 

Best, Vera Mae Petersburg, O. 

Bethel, Russell Kingsvllle. O. 

Reu<>k. Ralph F 1S321 Landseer Rd., Cleveland, O. 

Biales. Esther lfl.S43 Massie Ave.. Cleveland, O. 

Itibbs, l>oIa .lean SiMHt Blaine Ave., Cleveland, O. 

Bii-a, Virginia Mathilda lOtlt; S. Seneca Ave., Alliance. O. 

Bickler. Don .lohn li:2S Care> Ave., Akron, O. 

Bicrie, Bee Rnth 1*12 \\ . Bridge St., Elyrla, O. 

Billiard, EHy^alicth Ann. . . .220 S. Linden Ave., Alliance. O. 

Binford, W eston !>!>! Eastland Ave.. Akron, O. 

Ilirkner. Ally Lou Twin Lakes, Kent. O. 

Birkner. Hugo Ernst, Jr Twin Lakes, Kent, O. 

Birkncr. Richard Twin Lakes, Kent, O. 

Itissler, Jerry I'rancis 7flS W . Main St.. Kent. O. 

Bittner. Hyel Sterling R. D. \o. 4. Box 211. Akron, O. 

Black. Opal Pauline 147 Crnin Ave.. Huntsvllle, O. 

Black, Rosemary, .'12 Sec«tnd St., \. W.. \ew Philadelphia. O. 

Blackburn, F. Marion R. I>. \o. I, Barbertitn, O. 

Blackstock, James Garfield, l."»10 E. 174th St., Cleveland, O. 

Blain, tirace Kilbourne, O. 

Blake, Harold F Marshallvllle, O. 

Blake. Rnth Marjorie ."iOO Bedford St., X. W ., Canton, O. 

Blanc, Iternadeiie Clarii Diehl Lake, Berlin Center, O. 

Blazer. Martha Dmsilla Dellroy, O. 

ltlo4-kiiiger, Rolicrt .lohn 

412 Marguerite Ave., Cn:iiih4>gii l-^alls, O. 

Itockhorst, Lois Marie 7.30 F. 131st St.. Cleveland, O. 

Bodo, Viola 7."7 .Jennings Ave., Salem, O. 

Boedeker, Charlotte. ...... .R. 1>. No. 2, Cn>ahoga Falls. O. 

Boggs, Lois Margery R. D. No. 1, Mineral Ridge. O. 

Bognar. .Julius D 071 Noah .\ve.. Akron. O. 

Boliantz, William John 271 Darker St.. Mansfield, O. 

Bolin. Russell (lark R. D. No. '2. l"ni«Mitown, O, 

Boltz. I'ern \ irginia 

r>ll Munroe Falls Ave., Cn>ah«»ga Falls, O, 

Rombai-h. Ed^vard .lames 201 Linden Bd.. Kent, O. 

Bonar, Milton John .37S palm St.. Akrt»n. O. 

Bonar<li, Lorena >Iay East Rof'hesler, O. 

Bone] I a. A'ictoria Ilk, I 12r> Parkview Ave., Yonngstown, O. 

Booth, Bernice .June 47S Lanison Ave., Bedford, O. 

Booth. Jack Charles :WJH W. 1301h St.. Cleveland, O. 

Border, Virgil L 2171 i'lfth St., S. W ., .Vkron. O. 

Borges, Mary Alice 720 E. Sixth St., Ashtabula. O. 

Roslej. I'^leaniir liOiiise. . . .123 Breaden St., Yonngstown, O. 

Bosworth. Lois Patricia .3038 E. 114th St.. Cleveland. O. 

Bosw<irth. William H Burton. O. 

Bott, W iiliam Jesse R. I>. No. ;t IJshon, O. 

Bowen, Jean Marie. R. D. No. 1. Chagrin Falls, O. 

Boyett, Brunell 411 Lindenwood Ave.. Akron. O. 

Boyle, Clarence M Hammondsville. O. 

Boyle, Hoy Earl R. D. No. 1. Kent, O. 

Bozman, Betty Jane 340 Harter St., N. AV., Canton. O, 

Brailen, .Vnilrew Dale Kinsman, O. 

Braden, >Iary >lagdalene Kinsman, O. 

Itradier, Charles William Box 4.'. Kingsvllle, O. 

Bradley. Ruth Lord l.lfiO Eighth St.. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Ill ake, Charhttte Louise. 1100 Howe Rd., Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Itrandes. Harr> Charles 7.3tl Ecton Bd., Akron. O, 

Brandon, >larjorie Ann <(.*i2 Brt»wnell Ave., I^orain, O. 

Brannon, Mary Esther R. D. No. 2, Alliance. O. 

Brntton, Norma Maj Chnffee Dr., Brecksville. O. 

Brnucher, Karl F R, D. No, 2, East Akron, O. 



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Brain'her. M:ir;iarft Dolort-s R. D. \o. X I'.nst Akron. O. 

ItraiiiKsteiii. Kalpli Ktlward . . . .703 RaiiilxMV IJr., Akron. (>. 

Bre«'kfiiriili;e. R«>l>ert Kd^viii R. 1>. \o. ',i, Ravenna. O. 

ISreckner. Seliiia Iv:ithfrim' . . , 40.S 1-]. Stat*' St.. Alli:in*'»'. O. 

Rreen, lletly .Jane 719 Shndyside St.. Canton. O. 

Kreetz. l.oiiis D '211'A'2 ('oroii:i<Io A^e.. \'4iiiii;^'stOAVii. O. 

Rreiiiian. I-'tlward Josfpli. 435 Parkview Ave.. A'onn^i'stiiAvn, (*. 

llrt'^imrt. >Iil(lreil l.orine S.M Amherst St.. >lasNillon. <>. 

Itriers. lOii^ene Hubert 1023 Chester Ave.. Akron. <>. 

BriAitts. <'. :>laynard -JA^-l Raker Ave.. I.odi. O. 

Bri;i'Ks. I'ranees lO^elyii 

'2i''27i Ma|>U>ivo4Ml A^ e., ('u> aho^a l-^alls. O. 

Brookett. >Iar;iaret A Vtwater. O. 

Ilrode. I. eland Uianiond. O. 

Ilroder. Sara Fstelle ;J4i:; K. l.'SJtth St.. fleveland. (». 

Hi-ondfield. Sanford Stuart. 2([ \. Main St., Chajirin Falls, O. 

Brooks. Barbara lath St.. X. AV.. t'antou. «>. 

Brooks. I'lautlia Kllen 'J'^ll Roeky River Dr.. Berea. O. 

Bro4iks. (iertrude Irene Andover. <>. 

Brooks. Holland 17S:t ISth St.. Cuyahoga Falls. <>. 

Brown, Anna Ruth :iO.'> Bane Ave.. Xewton I'alls. *>. 

Brown, Donna >Ia>e. . . Ill \\ . .letVerson A^ e.. Stone Creek. (>. 

Brown. Filith Louise Sit AVesteni Ave.. Newark. <). 

Bi'own. lOliiiiie Mentor. t>. 

Brown, t^eraldine V 13);:: Getz St.. Akron. t>. 

Broivn. lnio;^ene '2{\'2 W . >Iiller Ave., Akron, (>. 

Brown. Ftai'liel I.? din ,*l4r» l-:ini St.. Coliinibiana. (>. 

Bruniau*. Areh .lohn KlltS Ha/.el SI.. Akron. (». 

Bruinbiinuli. lOliner Isa:ie 7-(J F. Spriiee St., Ravenn;i t>. 

Bunker. Harry \V i2J> Fremont Ave.. S.AV.. Massillon. <>. 

Brunuer, >Iyra AV Hastiu^^s Rd., Cnyahosa Falls. O. 

Bruno. Myron Anthon^t if24 Ohio Ave.. Ravenna, O. 

Brunslad, Rutli Fli:/^abetli . . :M::1 AValnnt Blvd.. \sht:ibula. t>. 

Bryce. Aliee Virginia .3(14 \. Bentlej St.. \iles. (►. 

Bueher. Millieeut R.l>. \o. 1'. Huron. (►. 

Bursrer. AV. I.aniont S.*v3 E. l.'HIth St.. Cleveliiud, t». 

Bnryry. Mareene Flizabeth . . . 1020 Stadelni:iu Ave.. Akron. O. 

Burke. Oral Boy '2iS Sherniau St., Kent. O. 

Burke. Thomas Mithael 1 31*."> F. Sl'nd St.. Cleveland. O. 

Biirl.'ik. I'eliv Frank 3713 AAo^idland Ave.. Cleveland. O. 

Burrell. .laek AA'illiam . 1 37(> Herberieh Ave., Akron. O. 

Burrier. Cl;ira Is:ibel Seiii, O. 

Bnrl«»u. Helen Mar> '2 Church St.. Xew ton Falls. O. 

Bush. Charles .l.'imes Aurora. O. 

Butler. Diek 1'14 S. Prospeet St.. Kent, O. 

Butler, Robert P 214 S. Prospeet St.. Kent. O. 

Buxuleueia, (ieor^e 7S0 Poland St., Yonnjistown. O. 

Byers. Florence Alv.-ida R.D. \o. 3. Allianee, O. 

Call. Arthur M. 1123 Clarendon Ave., X.AV.. Canton. O. 

C:!nierou. fieiievieve Berdine Route Xo. 3. Allianee, O. 

Campbell, Charles K euneth . . (i7!> AW Oregon St.. Sebrin;;. O. 

Cannon. Shirley .lane IIS Brady St.. Kent. O. 

C.-irano. Frank Carl Macedonia. O. 

Cardinal, T>onis .lohn HHi E. Oregon Ave.. Sebrin^. O. 

C.-ir;;-4», Ben Rr.sser 217 Central Parkway. AAarren, O. 

C;irle, Harriet .lean net tc In ion town. O. 

Carlisle. Leonard II orti>n . . I 1 70 AAOodw.-ird Ave.. Akrtni. O. 

Carlozzi. Marietta I,.. .3i;44 Palmerstou Rd., Shaker Ills.. O. 

Carlson, I>arla fiene^ieve Alain St.. Iviu;^sville. O. 

Carlson. AAayne A ISO AA etniore St.. Stow. O. 

Carpenter. Dorothj >I:irie \ew Alii ford. O. 

C:irr. Bernice l-'leiiiin;;' Biirti>n. O. 

< arr. Alae F SO Division St.. Hudson. O. 

Carrinyer. Doro1h> Eliz S|."> Bro^vu St., \.AA .. Canton. O. 

Carter. Ardis Lucille. . . . 2."»." I FlinwotMl ,Vve.. Cii>. Falls, O. 

Carter, Norvin P. 122 Brady St., Kent. O. 

( artwrinht. \ehla Rosalyn . . . 41(; E. 4th St.. I',. LiverptMil. O. 

( assid>. Helen I'lonnee Canal Fulton. O. 

< astle. Carol Bell Rome. (K 

<'athau, .lames Alton Falls River Rd., Chafirin Falls, O. 

Chatfin. Norman R Sterling. O. 

Ch:iinberlin. Bernice June R.D. \<t. 2, F. Liverpool. O. 

(^hapinan, Berth:i A...S01; A"ir;sinia Ave., Alartinsbiir;;. A\ . A a. 

Chapman. I'aye Katheriuc R.D. \o. 1 Barberton. O. 

Chapman, Richard _\Ie.v:iniler R.D. \o. 2, Silver L.'ike. 

Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

< hayka. Stephania 7S20 Broadway. < leveland. O. 

Chesuak, .\y.nes Flixabeth 2;{3.". Burton St.. A\ :irren. O. 

Chrispell. Eleanor Lee R.D. No. 1. Kent. O. 

Chuey. Mary Louise 2!M)S Hillmau St., Yonnjistown. O. 

Church. .Jeanne Belle 129." Edauola St., Lake^vood. O. 

Cianciola. Alary Angela IGIO Alarket St.. AounK«t4twu. O. 

Cirielli>, l-'rank P;iul 001 Keeney St., Akron. O. 

Clapp. Constance 4SS Aloreley Ave.. Akron. O. 

Clark. Elizabeth .lane R.D. Xo, 2, Aledina, O. 

Clark, Gerald Paul ."."i Orchard Ave.. Barberton. O. 

Clark, Louise Irene 207 S. Alantiia St., Ivent, O. 

Clark, Alarsaret Louise 30."i S. Prospect St.. Kent. O. 

Clark. Nellie Alae 207 S. Alantun St.. Kent. O. 

Clark. A onda Alaxine Farmdale, O. 

Clarke. .lane Lenore . . . . 14<W1 Strathuiore Ave.. E. Cleve.. O. 

Clay. Daiii Elmer.... (ilS Alarsuerite St.. Cnyaluma Falls. O. 

Cleary. .loan Alarie R.D. \o. 4. YouuKstown. O. 

Clemensen. Doris Evelyn .... 1 (t37 Ohio Ave,. E. Liverp4»ol. O. 

Clements. Harold .loseph 31.% N. Liuc4>ln St., Kent, O. 

Clements. Howard Coe....SI0,3 DenisiMi Ave.. Cleveland, O. 

Clitlord. l»aul Arthur .... 20.-0 Tenth St.. Cnyahona Falls, O. 

Cline, Kenneth AVilliam R.D. No. 2, Alliance. O. 

Cluni. Alildred Alaxine ... lOS Aloore St., Xew- Philadelphia, O. 

Clutter. Lou Leone East Sparta, O. 

Cochran, Alerle Clare... ISIO State Road. Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Cohen. Lillian Edna 280 Xorton St., Barberton, O. 



Cohen, Thelma Ann 113 AA . Talniadge Ave., Akron, O. 

Colby, Alary AI 221 E. Dewey St., Youufistown, O. 

Coll. Allen A^ir^il ruioutowu, O. 

C«ile, Elaine R Lake Ave., Elyria. O. 

Cole. Kathryn Eleanor SSO LouRview Ave., Akron. O. 

Colombes. tins S 182 AA ills Ave.. Akron. O. 

Conard, Ray Hamlin R.D, Xo. 1, Kent. O. 

CtMiard. Reed R.D. Xo. 1. Kent. O. 

Ciinaway, Charles Alarion R.D. Xo. 1, Kent, O. 

Couuer. Charles H Peninsula. O. 

Conkic, AIar;iery E 203 A\'. Friendship St.. Aledina, O. 

C4inn. Aliriani Ella. 1211 Chestnut Blvd.. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Ciinner, >lav AA ilson Smithville. O. 

Cfuintir. Robert S.. .Fr 1340 E. Tallniadge Ave.. Akron. O. 

Conrad. Alar.iorie Eleanor 104U 13th St.. N.E., Canton. O. 

Conrad. A ernon Euyene 347 AA itwer St., No. Canton, O. 

Cook. I':ii/,abeth l-'-ilecn 332 Harmon St.. AAarren, O. 

Cook. Pauline A'dele Sutlleld. O. 

C4ioke. lOilmnnd \':iiice I'eniiiNula. O. 

Co«ske, Gretchen Noel 2O.-.0 ."ith St.. Ctiyaho«a Falls. O. 

Coolcy. Ch.-irles I'inlej . . . . 1 UMI AouuK'stown Rd.. AAarren. O. 

Cooper, Leo ti ."V^l Rhodes Ave.. Akron, O. 

<orbett, i'Uirence Louise R.D. Xt>. 1. Kent. O. 

Corbett, tilenn Earl 30S F. Summit St.. Kent. O. 

Corbiu. Patricia LaAerne 3G10' Attica Rd.. Cleveland. O. 

< (ordier. Lois Al.'irie Box 202, AIo;>-adore. O. 

Corfee, Fyeiyn At. .7(>10 Grand Division Rd.. Cleveland. O. 

< orlett. Esther .lane 120 E. South St., Paiuesville. O. 

< <6rlctt, ,loyce Beatrice R.D. No. 3. .lettersou. O. 

Corlew. i-'lorice Lucille AustinburK'. O. 

C<irtesi. A incent Thomas ... I .•:3.S 10th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

Cotton, ,Io:in Gloria ( 1420 St. Alark Ave., Cleveland, O. 

t o\. Alvini R 33.S Portage Trail i:., Cuyahii^a Falls. O. 

Cox, Catlierinc Jeaunette 070 Alercer Ave.. Akron, O. 

t ox. Rondel 1 3.38 Portage Trail E.. CnyaUoRa Falls. O. 

Craemer, Bernice Alae Solon. O. 

( ramer. Richard B Suflield. O. 

Cr.-uner, Ruth C S2A\ Chirenilon Ave.. X.AA .. C:iuton. O. 

Ci:inipton. Betty .Jane 2!M! E. 271st St., Euclid. O. 

Creese. F:irl D 127 Ced:ir Ave.. Ravenna. O. 

Crest^r. Ruth Louise 1120 ISth St.. X.AA.. Canton. O. 

Crile. Iro Lucille .-(ill Fleet St.. Cleveland, O. 

Ci isp. All;iu I'rederick 170 Hillier Axe.. Akron, O. 

Crittenden. Hcnr> AA'illiam Burton. O. 

CriBiiile>". A"i\iaii lou:i 12*1 E. Smith St.. Hicksxille. O. 

Cr4»sb>. I»e;irl Elizabeth. . , . 14.*iSl Lorain Axe.. Clexeland. O. 

Crotser. Alarion L. 1 20S St. Charles St., Lakexvo4Ml. O. 

Crumley. Bolu-rt Alilviu 130 Aermont St.. AAjirreu. O. 

Cnrr^iv. Alildred .lane 3."0O AA . 123rd St.. Clexeland, O. 

CnHian. .Jc;ni lOi iz.-i beth T^viusbiirs. O. 

Culler, .James Albert HJ2 E. Arehwood A^*e., Akron, O. 

Ciillison, Doris .Iciii S72 Clinton A^e., Defiance, O. 

1 ului, Bcrjl Isabel R.D. Nil. 4. Box 7*I0A, Akrttn. O. 

4 unimin^As. .l.-ick D.illas l.'O A\ ri;tht St., Rittman, O. 

< undilt. Itiih.'ird Ray l.->i Fd;:ewo4id Dr.. Stow, O. 

( 'unnin;ih:i m. Heft n Lucille. . . . (;;irner Ave.. 10. Liverpool, O. 
Cnunin;;ham, Alartha Louise .. 42.S4 W . 30th St.. Cleveland. O. 
< 'nuuin;ihain. A'. Aladye 1(J| l4iw:i A^e.. AAjirren, O. 

< nrtiss. Carl Robert llttO E. Alain St.. Kent, O. 

Ciishman, Celeste. , . . 14Sril Sh«>re Acres Dri\e. Cleveland, O. 

Cutler, ituth L<;ren:i R.D. No. ',i, R:ivenna. O. 

4Voiiil>:i. i:iiy:ab(th Irene ...R.D. No. I. Box 122, AVindsor, O. 

Dahl, William R.D. No. 1. (inrrettsville. O. 

Daley. Livretta Alarie 734 AA . .%7th St., Ashtabula, O. 

Daltoria. Alary Dora Park Ave., Alacedonia. O. 

Damann, Kenneth Eiig'ene ll.*! N. Iiin«>olii St., Kent. O. 

l):!rnko\, Pete S7.-> Ed^e St.. Akron. O. 

I),'in;;ltr. Ituth Eleanor 210 E. AA illiams St., Kent, O. 

I)arb>, .lean 01 Alilan Ave.. Norwalk. O. 

D:inb. Norma .Ee:tii l.*»l Gleason Ax'e.. Akron. O. 

Itaubtnspcck. Alarjorie .J....174(; 18th St.. Cuyahoj;a Falls. O. 

Daujthcrty. Edith Patricia 41 N. Colle;ie St.. Hudson. O. 

David, Herman H . . 343.% A\ ash'^ton Blvd., Cleveland Hts.. O. 

D.-nidian. Bert 11303 Allies Ave., Cleveland. O. 

D,'i\idson. Dalwjii Robert R.D. Xo. 2. Oberliu. O. 

l):ivids(Pn. AI. Eloise R.D. No. 2. Oberlin. O. 

Davidson, /tlla Alae Gii:idenhiitteii. O. 

Davis. Helen F Salesville. O. 

DaAis. ,le.'in R .>,>1 E. Summit St., Kent, O. 

Davis. .John IMiillip 102 Alain St., Girard, O. 

Davis. Sister AI. Rita 444 X. Alain St.. Akron. O. 

Davis. Samuel F 17112 Lomond Blxd., Shaker Hts., O. 

Da\ J. AXarreii Kiefer Bo^verston. O. 

Day. Clara Elizabeth 223 A\ ainut St.. Ravenna, O. 

D;i>. <;r:i«'e I-'.lizalieth l-ake Street, Kiu&sville. O. 

DelOulis, Rose 3^14 Central A^ e.. Rax euna, O. 

Dt'l'^ulis, Timothy A Ci,34 Central Aa e., Raxenna, O. 

Deevers. I'anl C 41 Blaine Ave.. Bedford, O. 

i)i-<;roft. It. Jeaunette Chardi»n, O. 

Dehuke. Alary Ann 824 Plymouth Ct.. X.AA.. Canton. O. 

DcH(tt». Howard Ellsworth 3)(.30 0th St.. S,AV., Canton, O. 

Dc.Jute, Alary Alice 222 AA illiams St.. Xiles. O. 

De.lute. Alary Elizabeth 21S AA illiams St., Xiles, O. 

D( l.e«Mic. .Julia H. AA'. Alain St.. Kent. O. 

Delincr. Ra>uioud l*carson R.D. No. 2. Chagrin Falls, O. 

DcLuca, A ir;;inia .1 Bo.x I. Rayland, O. 

deAIelker, Adriana Helene TiOO A'ine St., Genexa. O. 

Dcugel, AAalter Alartin :i273 AA . 00th St.. Cleveland, O. 

I>e Pietro. Sam Charles 37 Abbey St., Girard. O. 

DcPompei. Anita A .*»04 Broadway. Be<|,ford. O. 

I>ermasa. .Instine Alary ... 1S."520 Chapman Axe., Clex'elaud. O. 
DeSiniio, Lena Buth lOS Vine St.. Ravenna. O. 



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Oevaiiy, 'I'lioiiiiis .1 OSS Dayton St., Akron. 

Deviue, 3Iary Karhael I'":is( Sparta. 

DeVos, fiertriMl*' lOlla R.IJ. \n. :i, Manilla. 

DeAVitt. Virsiiiin I- ^"'(Mt I'ourth St.. ('iiyalio;;a I'alls., 

Diik. Anita R> rdi- \\ ind li:ini. 

nick. Nathalii' WiiHlliain. 

lJi4-ki~rhiiot'. ^I.'irif I''ranft's 1012 ■ SnjiliT St., Akr4m. 

Diikcihoof. Mary Louise R.I). \o. I. tlinton. 

Dil''<'<l«*ri<'o. C"oin*»'tta l.*tl t'Ii:irlf.s St.. Akron. 

UitVord. l,i-o William R.D. No. I. Kin>nian. 

Dike. <;eor;i« W alter R.U. N <►. S. Akron. 

DilK'reii. IMiner l'hiiin:iii ."■451 \e\v St.. l-':ii rpitrt. 

Diller. I{t>l>ert lr\iiB;^ S(i:t Hndson l{(»ail. Kent. 

Diltz. ni[iinell> Itiiliard .'OS \. Manlna St.. Kent. 

Diltz. MarJ(crir Rulli ."OS \. M:iiitiia St.. Kent. 

Uilworlh, i.ois I'.li/.abetli 14tt7 I". State St.. Salem. 

Dimiek. Al:in llarily R.D. \o. I. Anror:i. 

Din;;le(line. I.e\\ is ^^ 17(::t 4t li St.. t ii>:ilio;£a Falls. 

Diii;;'iis, <':iri Otn.'ir I'r.'ink t in l'''iiriiaee. 

Dirodis. I'^riineis Tlioitias ii'^A ^lill Roatl. Ra\enii:i. 

Disiii;;rr. fjoiiis I-'-iiAeiie i:t-llir Casper St.. 1 'l«-'\ «-la nH. 

Dixon. Dorothy s:!] W . >iain St.. Kaxenna. 

Dixon, .loseph (' Slil W . Main St.. Raxenna. 

Doan. Russell 40S S. \\ alnnl St.. R.ivenna. 

Do<lsoii. Irene Flory "::*» Tliiril St.. \.\\.. Canton. 

Dodson. Ricliaril S. 1 i:t!) Lim-ohi W :i > K.. ^I.issillon. 

Doniiniek, \<llie Aliee...7II I-:i;ihlli St.. S.W ., ^I.'issi I Ion. 
Douahlsoii. lOKanor Marie '^SSU W . Ilaile> R<l.. 

Cu> alio;i>a l'\'ills. 

Doiiolioe. .Folin I'raneis ."144 II. ^ ork si., \kron. 

Doolan, >Iar> (ienexiexe .^Si:i Lake A^e.. Ashtahnla. 

Dorsey, tira^-e IJi'.-inore. . :t:£.'{t» Coronailo St.. \ oun;;s|o\> n. 

Dtetsoii. .I:ini«'s I, :ti:t 'I'lionipsini Ax'e.. 1'^. Lix'<>rp«Hil, 

Doiiliet, M. .J.-ine 4::.". Vine Ct.. \iles. 

Downs. I':il\vard >!illartl 1:70 F. IMIst St.. I^urlid. 

Dra>, Ion:i K. '2",7 Northland A^e., ( ii>alioi^.-i I'alls, 

Dressier, l»aul Ted l'.S4 < astle ItUd., Akron, 

Drew, W illiain I) -Hi Lind4-n l!d.. Kent. 

Driver. Martha I.ee . . .{lOli I Lake Shore RUd.. \\ i I Ion;; h by. 

Drusehel, .lessi* Mathilda R.l>. No. 1. AXarren. 

Dueh^^itz. t^erlrnde >I.'irie . . litll^S Detroit Ave., Iiakei^ood, 

Dii^au, i'dna Louise Strnthers, 

Duke. Donald I'honias R. D. No. IT. i:. Livt-ri 1. 

Diimire. K. Diimood iV2 \\ ill;ird St., Akrini, 

Duni'.'in. Don.'dd l^dn'ard ."4 Center St.. \\4llouKhl»> . 

Diinean, '>l:iri:in l.oraine R.D. N«». IT, I iiiontowii. 

Dunt'te. llarjor:! t>:i > iiel le . , li:4 I'>. 'r:iliii;idKt' Axe.. Akron, 

Dunis. ^lathild.i \\ > nne :iHJ." K. S7th St.. Clevel.-MMl. 

Dunlap. .lane I:M.mi 000 Seeoiul St.. N.W,. t. niton. 

I>nnl.'i|>, Lui-ille A maud. 'i Miuer;tl Rid;;e. 

Dunlap, Wilnier \A ood.-ird :ttt*t Pleasant St., Kent, 

Dunlerr. Harr> A'anee Rre^^sler, 

Dunn, Ann:i Lorttta \'A',i North I*rospc<-t St.. Ki'iit. 

Dnnii. Ruth Kli/.aheth R.D. No. L', tu\aho;-a I alls. 

Dura, Al vira Ann 1 i:{:;o tout iucnt.'il Ave.. C I ex eland. 

Durkott. Irene I.axerne HCiU K, sr»th St.. Clexcland. 

Durst, Kay !»!».% t^t'rmaine St.. Cu>:iho;:,a I'alls. 

Dnsenlu'rr>, .Iran lOlix.-iheth . . . . :i40 W. >lain St., Clinton. 

Dutter, (;eiie Alt xand< r R.D. No. \. Mantua. 

D>er. Martha Louise . - . I."00 I-'ront St.. Cu>.'iho^,a I'alls. 
Dyer, Mary Mar;;aret . . I.'OO Front Si.. Cu>:ilit>;;a F:ills. 
Dyer, Ruth Flizaheth ... I.'OO Front St., Cu;(aho^a F:ills. 
Dystan, Doroth> A n n , . . ir4n:tl£ Lor:iiii Road. N4»rlli ttlnisted, 
l9*/urik. Lillian <;. R.D. No. ::. Rurton. 





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Rast. Shirley . . 
I'':isterliii;i, \,-ioii 
lOhel, Mar>' ,l:ine . 

I'^hie, Fdiia Iri-m- 

IOehelherr> , >l;ir> i^llen . 
Fi'khart, >Iar;;aret \'. . . . 
i']<'kin:in. >Iiiriel , 



....S17 1'^. IEroad\\;i>. Cii ;« a lio;;*:i l-^:ills 

.'itrra F.ii*li:l Heights RU d.. Cleve. Hts.. O 

i Loreiie I'airxiew, O. 

. ..l.~707 Detroit St.. \o. 4. Lakewool. O. 

IL-irtxilU'. it. 

.'.'U RiukwrM St.. K4nl, <>. 

10:^7 t^lenniount A \~e.. Akron, (>. 

''2 C:iml>rid;ie Rd.. Clei el.'iiHl, <>. 

Fddy. Kathr^ii Marie.. 4i;^ Ret eh liaiie. New IMiiladelphia, O. 

Fdmiston. Ch:irles AValter I.M7 lltnne A \ e.. Akron. t>. 

Isdwards, Rtlt> .lane IXVZ lOth St.. N.W.. t anion. O. 

lOdwards. David William 141 A>ers St.. ^ oun;;slowii. t». 



Od>v:irds. Harold ii 



I*;d\x"ar«ls. .Itkhii R4[y. . . 
lOibeii. Robert .t:iuies. 

Fifort. Hal F 

lOtseiiin.-inn, Arthur W"i 
10 1 Kin, >Iar>- Fliraltt th 

Fllett. C. Wayne 

lOllett, DwiKht V 

■•Elliott. Nelson T 

IOni;^-e. Dale Wayne... 
Fmmerl, .lolin Henr> . 

l-:inmoiis. l-^dn.-i Nt-ll 4.'t7 

I'^iKlii-li. >Iar4*i:i I'rietiehl 

I'lisminufr, <;«"or;;(' Ho\v:ird 
l':nsiniii;±'er. Rii-hard <> 



lint 174r6 LeiKlit4>ii Axe.. Akron, (t. 

R.D. \o. ::. Huhhard, <). 

'ASitU Rrooklyn Ave.. Cleveland. <>. 

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, Cliira Rnhy Rlanchester. O. 

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14S<i !>th St.. Cuyah4iua I'alls 
. .IO!>S Fi4lelity St.. Clevelainl 
1 \\ a4lr l»ark Ave.. < hMehnnl 
. I HI02 i:asf St.. ClevelaiHl 

7:t.'t INilk Ave.. Akron 

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1 111 S. >laiiliia St.. Kent. 

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ll>,"> liale St,. Akron. 

7:;i Ohio St.. .\»lilaiiil, 

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4111 l.-.th St., N.W.. I .niton, 

4llli Itell St,. Akron, 

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K.D. No. 1. I iiionlotvn. 

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1'1II7 I'alls St.. rii>all»Ka I'alls. 
l.tl'n l.ita Ave., riii.-ihoKa I'alls. 

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'iiller, I'raiM-es I-; 

'uller. P;itri4-ia Ch:irl4tt. . . . 
'tilnier, Alit-e >l:inrin« , . , . 

'link. Art William 

'iir4*4»l4p^^ , >Iar> L4>iiise. , . . 
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NiExelty. 

...10241 ISth St., N.F., Caiit4>ii. 
The4Ml4»re St.. Maple Heights, 



turn L4train Rd., N4>rth Olmsted. 

4."» O^iatt St.. Huds4>n. 

2I.'( liiix"ersil> Dr., Kent. 

StltE FIni St.. Ashland. 

....":t4 F. 107th St., Cleveland. 

»2:S l."th St.. N.W .. Cant4Mi. 

407 lii^h St., Kent. 

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Galasker. Betty Ann 59 E. Market St., Allianee, O. 

Galiiert. Maurice S2S 11th St.. \.^V.. Canton. O. 

Gamble. Mary Elizabeth Hanoverton. O. 

Gnntolis. Alfred 7S2 Lovers Lane. Akron. O. 

Gardiner, Stanley A 1033 Florida AAe.. Akron. O. 

Gardner. Carey C. (Dick I 147 Crain Ave., Kent, O. 

Gardner. Hubert l.'STO Engleivood Ave.. Akron. O. 

Garner. Marvin E Louisville, O. 

Gartrell. Ralph ^V Leesville. O. 

Gnrtrell. S. Kenneth Lee.sville. O. 

Gaylord, « llliam Raymond .. R.D. No. i CuyahORa Falls. O. 

Gehrl. Vircinia Mnren 3S AVood St.. AVilloushby. O. 

Gelser. Doris Vircinia IfilKl Hurt Ave.. Allianee. O. 

Gelser, Ebert Mark 2320 Trowbridse Ave.. Cleveland. O. 

GelslnKer. Anna Mabelle Third St., Bereholz, O. 

Geltpey, >Iaek Leo 4!>.^ \V€>odlaiid Ave.. AVooster. O. 

Genuske. Arthur Edw. ...14T Halls Heights. YounRstown. O. 

Gerberlrh, John Barnes 23."«V 4th St.. CuyahoRa Falls. O. 

GeriB. Lois M Sniithville. O. 

Gettrust. Gene M Twin Lakes. Kent. O. 

Gil»hens. Douglas Eugene Lake Ave.. Elyria. O. 

Gibson. Ruth fieorslana . . . .!HIS Baneroft Ave.. Cleveland. O. 

Giftord. Jaek Albert 249 S. Freedom St.. Ravenna. O. 

Gllorest. Carl « illiani 1001 AV. Main St.. Kent. O. 

Gilerest. Jean Ann 1001 \V. Main St.. Kent, O. 

Giles. Hii-hard Olin 2304 3rd St.. Cuyahosa Falls, O. 

Gllhani. Helen Irene -" Allies St.. Akron, O. 

GUI. Eveljn Ruth.... 100 I..aiiderdale Ave.. YoiinBStown. O. 

Gillis. RIehard Henry 4S2 Erie St.. Barberton, O. 

Gintert. >lnry .\nnabel .W9 tienesee St.. AA'arreii. O. 

GladlBan, Heinz ST*rt Innian St.. Akron. O. 

Glanzer. Harvey William .... SMfl W. 49th St.. Cleveland. O. 
Goekstetter, Mary Ellen .. .S2r> Harriet St.. \.W., Canton. O. 
Godfrey. ^lar^aret >Iarie..R.D. \o. 1, Horning Rd.. Kent. O. 

Goers. Marj Louise 21 EdBehill Dr.. Yotlnffstown. O. 

Goldner. .\iista .\dele 602 Kinsman St., %\arren. O, 

Goldsmith. Riehard Lee 120 Rose Blvd., Akron. O. 

Gombert. Eleanor M.. . .3.10 Ashland Ave., Cuyahosa Falls. O. 

Goodwill. >Iartha Louise Xorth Lima. O. 

Gorby. Raihel Madora R.D. Xo. 1. Robers, O. 

Gordon. Helen Marie R.D. \o. 4. Bov 194. S. Akron. O. 

Gordon, Mauriee 1.39.-> Girard St., .\kron, O. 

Gorhain. David Seott LeRoy. O. 

Gorham. Lewis 133 X. Linroln St., Kent, O. 

Gorman, AVilllam Stephens 4.1 Bussell Ave., Akron, O. 

Gosllns. LeiKh A\"ni. . . 1 12.% Saekett .\ve.. Cuyahosa Falls. O. 

Goss. Virslnia Elizabeth 10730 Leyer St.. Clevelaad, O. 

Gousler, Frances Ellen R.D. \o. 2. Atwater. O. 

Graber, Edwin Joseph Seville, O. 

Grable. Huch Raymond 32(1 22nd St.. Canton. O. 

GrafY. Riehard .\Ifred .120 >. Buckeye St.. AVooster. O. 

Graham, tieorse Oliver 414 \ash .St.. .\kroii. O. 

Graven, Buell L 324 S. Willow St.. Kent. O. 

(;ray, Doris Isabelle Elm Drive. Woiister. O. 

Gray. Helen Laura 417 >Iyrtle St.. Ha\eniia. O. 

Gray, Jack Edward 227 Myrtle St.. Havenna. O. 

Gray. I*hylis Barbara Elm Drive. Witoster. O. 

Green, Edward 0.'9 tir.Tce Ave.. .\kr«tn, O. 

Green. Ray \\'illiani 22 Nebraska .St., Painesville, O. 

Green. Terese Clark R.D. No. 1. Kent. O. 

Greendale, Thelnia M .'20 Linroln AVay E.. Massillon. O. 

Greeiiias. l*hyllis Elizabeth Webb Rd.. Perrj'. O. 

Greer. Sara Jane 4.S Ch.'imbcrs St., tireenville. Pa. 

Greprory. Jean Gjira 24.' Highland Ave.. .Vkroii. O. 

Grienie. I'riscilla K 177(> isth St.. Cuyahosa Falls. O. 

Griffln. Richard Wiliner 1170 Kenmore Blvd., .\kron. O. 

Grilflth. W.-iyne L 40S S. AVnlnut St.. Ravenna. <). 

Griniths. Wanda Nan 444 S. AValnut St.. R.-ivenna. O. 

Grimm. .Vrmina IjOnise .111 Daniels St.. Toronto. O. 

Grimm. William Fredrick .■17N S. Main St., .\kron, O. 

Grimm, Frances L..Bov 2.'S2 Lynnhaver Bd.. Yoiinsstown. O. 

Gross. Dorothy Marsaret 311 Dryilen .St.. Canton. O. 

Gross. I^lorence Ruth. .■>.">7 Ho>e Ave.. .Vkron, O. 

Grosvenor. Florence Olive 2005 Northland St.. 

Cuyahosa l-'alls. O. 

Gru.skiewh'h. Helen W^illiam.sfield. O. 

Gulsin, Dan Eli Grafton, O. 

Gulsin. Peter Grafton, O. 

Gura. Elizabeth Louise 127 Wilson. St.. Slruthers. O. 

Gustafson. Martha Ann 1013 Fourth St.. N.W.. 

N'ew Philadelphia. O. 
Guthier, Alice Marsaret 419 Pratt St.. Ravenna. O. 

Haas. Geraldine Frances Aurora Station. O. 

Haberkost, Dean F 1119 Falls St.. Cuyahosa Falls, O. 

Haberkost, Evelyn F 1119 Falls St.. Cuyahosa Falls, (>. 

Haberkost. Robert R .S.S4 Delia Ave., .\kron. O. 

Habinek. Georse A 1202 .\nburn St.. Cleveland. O. 

Hnchtel. Catharine Jean.. 3.30 Sto^v .V^e.. Cuyahosa Falls. O. 

Hackini. Lincoln 1232 Illttnker St.. Akron. O. 

Hafer, Dorothy May 1300 Losan St., Canton, O. 

Hasedorn, Enid 421 S. Main St.. Columbiana. O, 

Haseinnn. Welbert J 129 E. Collese Ave.. Kent. O. 

Haslund. Carl Anderson .. 30.~9 W in4lsor PI. S.W., Canton, O. 

Haslund. Carl 3fl."9 W indsor PI.. S.W ., Canton. O. 

Haslund. Mrs. Wayne Anderson .. 2<1."»9 Windsor I»l.. S.W.. 

Canton. O. 

Haines. Esther Virsinia Shreve, O. 

Haines. Helen Marsaret Bayard. O. 

Haines. Homer Edward 403 Central St., Greenville. O. 

Hair, Florence B 402 S. Lincoln St., Kent, O. 

Halasz, Mary Theresa 1312 Caryl Dr.. Bedford. O. 

Hall. Ashton C Brookfleld, O. 



Harmony. .Ie:in Lucille. 
Harney, .\lice .\llicrta. . 

Harnish. Ella Jane 

Harper, Richard M.. . . 



Hall. Georse E.. Lee A Hastinss Rd.. Silver Lake Village, 

Hall, Margaret Pavton 72;l S. Arch St., Alliance, 

Hall. Mary Evelyn R.D. No. 2, Dundee, 

Hall. Rasnhild .\delle 30 River St.. Madison, 

Hamilton, Betty Jane 902 LaClede Ave.. Yotias.«tow-n, 

Hamilton. Reta Josephine R.D. No. 2, Jefferson. 

Hammack. W. Merle Box .">1, Canton, 

Hammer, William B 40'oS Buvton Rd.. South Euclid, 

Hanan, Louise Arlene 000 Crestview St., Akron, 

Hanse, Clarabel Virsinia R.D. No. 1. Speacer. 

Hannan, >Iary Frances ... 13204 >Iaplerow- Ave., Cleveland, 

Hanny, Dan J l.VtO Morgau Ave.. Alliance, 

Hansen. Robert Cecil 210 N. Willow St.. Kent. 

Hanson. Harold E .SOS First St.. N.E.. Massillon. 

Hanson. Martha Jeaa..l227 Yellowstone Rd.. Cleve. Hts.. 

H:iiilis, .Vlleeii I->aiices Carlton St.. Burton. 

Happoldt. Donna l.">01 Thornapple St.. Akron. 

Harbaush. Paul Edward .">03 Rockwell St.. Kent. 

Hardie. James .\levandcr R.D. No. 1. Spencer. 

Harkins. Rnsscll Allen.. 20 Lincoln Ave.. Cuyahosa Falls. 
.340 Anburndale St.. Younsstown. 

2249 E. .S2nd St., Cleveland, 

R.D. No. .1, Elyria, 

119 Overwood Rd.. Akron, 

Harrinston. Homer Dale 117 Broad Blvd.. 

Cuyahosa Falls. 

Harrinston. Robert Charles. . Ravenna. 

Harris, .lack Curtis S24 Cameron Ave.. Younsstown. 

Harry. W illiani C .30 Fulton St.. Akron. 

Hart. Sara Jeanne 4313 Sotlthern RIvil.. Younsstown, 

Hart man, .\rlene .Vlice >Ioiiltrie, 

Hartman, Ruth >Iarie .Viirora, 

Hartzler, Helen Charlene R.D. No. 1. Bcllefontaine. 

Harvey. Jtislyn Rac 4.30 Clinton St.. Niles, 

Hassan. Grace Bernice >Iantua. 

Ilassay. John .lo.scph . . . . 1.S.S7 Wilson Ave.. Y'ounsstown. 
Hatch. Janice M....'!:ilS Meadowbrook Blvd.. Cleve. Hts.. 

Hatzis. William Georse 03 Charles St.. Akroa, 

Hawk. AS'itha Irene Be:ich City, 

Hawk. Bray Ora R.D. No. 1. Strasburs. 

Hawk. Lois Jcaanette 119 Parsons St.. Maakato. Mi 

Hawa. Marcena Catherine .... 040 W. 3.">th St.. Ashtabula. 
.1272 Richmond St., .So. Fjiiclid. 

1100 Grant St.. Ashland, 

R.D. No. 3. Hudson. 

. 104S Harrisbiirs Rtl.. Canton, 

R.D. No. .3. Ravenna, 

. . .743 I*arkview" Ave.. Lor:iin, 
10207 .\danis St.. Cleveland, 

Box 4,S. Ontario, 

Heik.s. L. Elizabeth .5,3 Sheldon St.. Rittman, 

Hcincman. Harold H....2741 Bailey Bd.. Cuyahosa l^alls, 
Hcinemann. Valscne Louise. . lOtlO Smith St., S.W., Caati>n, 
lleinlen, Andrej l-^Iiziibeth . . . . ,S29 .S. Spring St., Biicyrus, 
llcinlcn, Clajtim Howard .. 14.50S .\lder Ave.. E. Cleveland, 

lleinlen. Katlir> n >1 47 W. Oakland Ave.. Columbus. 

Helm. \"ictor Norton ... 19S12 GardenATe^v St.. ^laple Hts., 

Hclmick, Sheldon Harry 1S2II Walnut St.. .Vshtabnla 

Henderson. Bobcrta M.. 113 N. Market St.. St. Clairsville 
Ilcnsley, Kathrjn .I....R.D. No. 1. Chestnut SI. Ravenna. 

Ilcnsman. Clari<-e >l:iy 327 High St.. Elyria 

Heppert. Dorothy Kathryn .14 24th St.. S.W., Barberton, 

Herbert, Henry 1117 Portage Triiil, Cuyahos;! F;ills 

Herren, Eveljn >Iae R.D. No. 3. .\lliance 

Herriek, Marth:i .\delaidc 33.5 Triimhnll St.. Warren 

Hcrrinston. Delia Cora Chardon 

Hcrron. Lowell W illiani 1231 Maple .St.. Salem 

Hcrshcy. Helen Elizabeth 800 Fairchild Ave.. Kent 

Ili4-kman, .M. Lorcna R.D. N"o. 2, Ravenna 

Hicks, Elaine Hosabelle 9.5S Fern St.. Conneant 

Hilcman. >I:irg:irct 77 W. Cottage .St.. Chagrin Falls 

Hill. (Jcrald William 340 Gorge Park Blvd.. Stow 

Hill. Liiella Irene t>rwcll 

Hill, \orvel Elliott 102 Vincent St., Chagrin Falls 

Hill, Richard Lorin 900 N. Howard St.. Akron 

lliltncr. James Edward 11.37 13th St.. N.W.. Canton 

R.D. No. 2, Louisville 

.c/o .Vkron Water Works, Kent 
. 3.S7 Wasliinston St., Conneant 

41.5 I'rospect St.. Ravenna 

Box 301, I tica 

. 4S4 Woodland Ave,, Akron 
.3,5,S Spieer St.. Akron 



H.'iwthorne. Clyde Schafer. 

Hazcn. l*:iiil F 

Hazlctt. Ruth Elizabeth... 
Hcatley. >IarJ4iric .Vlnieda. 
Hei*kman. >Iargarct ,l:iiie.. 

Hccle> . >Iarian 

Hetl'ron. >largaret Frances. 
Heichel. Bertha >Iae 



Ilimes, A'irgiiiia ]>! 

lliiiderschicd, I''r,'iii4'is H.. 
Ilinklc. Helen C.ntherine. 
Ilinman, David Hock^vell. 

Hite. David L 

Hoilgson, Doii:ilil Laverne. 
Hociistine. Chester I'anI . . 



llofacre, Harrold W ayne R.D. No. 4. Wooster, 

HolY. Pauline Christine Litchfield, 

lloiVman. Elde 733 Michigan Ave.. (;lassi»ort, 

H4»ffman. Mar> Louise Eliz 22.S E. Collese Ave.. Kent, 

Hofman. Ted Evans 121 Chestnut Ave.. :\lassillon, 

llollciid4tniier. Eva >l:irie . . . 1 131 S. Arlinston St.. Akron, 

liolhtway. Charles Park I Hi Btirton Ave.. Akron, 

Holm. Martha Jane 1930 19th St.. Cuyahosa Falls, 

Holm. Mary Jane .30th St.. N.W.. R.D. No. 2, Canton, 

H4ilnies. Brian W.-ird 01.5 Hudson Bond, Stow, 

Holmes, Ralph Harmon R.D. No. :i. Box ,32.5. Kent, 

llolsli4>>'. Harohl >I«'Kinley Stone Creek, 

Hood. Leila Rae E. Main St.. Canfleld, 

Hooker, Eileen Dortithy R.D. Xo, 1. Coshocton, 

Hoose, Richard .Vlf red . . . ISIO Bcersford St., E. Cleveland, 
Hoover. Harriet I'reila. . . . 19.5 lii<li:inola Rd.. Yoiiasstowni, 

Hoover. Martha :>Iarie 10.S Penn Ave.. Mansfield, 

Hope, Edith Mae 7,32 Mentor Ave., Painesville, 

Horner, Sarah .Van North'field, 

Horrisherger, Mildred Maxine Wineshurg, 



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HorrofkM, Fjiy IjOlllse 3» Arlington St.. Breeksville. O. 

Ilorton. Il.-irl.'iiiil Hates "West Center St.. Ililrton, O. 

Ilorton. I*aiil llnrleiKli Ilo<>tNt4Hvn, O. 

Honvedrl. K.-insone i;<l«!iril . . . I'.'iiSl tenter Rillce K<l.. 

Roekj- River, O. 

Hose.-l. VirKlnin Priseilln 2^4 AV. Onk St., Kent. O, 

Hoskiii.s, Ilernie l.iiAvrenee Oeiieva-oii-the-l.ake, O. 

Hoskins. Dorothy May 4(17 Thayer Ave., Ashtabula, O. 

Hoskins. I.orena Ilelle >iiil<lletleld, O. 

Hoskinson, Howard Ktiiii.-lrfl Mineral Uidse. O. 

Hostettler. t;ordon Floyd 12S E. Hall St., Kent, O. 

Hout. .leaiine II I1fl2 imh St.. \.F,.. Canton. O. 

Howard. Dean Clinton .... -:t.'t:: Coinnihus .V^e.. Sandusky'. O. 

llow.'ird. Mari.'in .1 2.'t,*l2 Coliiniliiis ,\\e., Sandusky-, O, 

llowells, Ruth Woodworth . . . KinOI Miles Ave., Cleveland, O. 

Ilowenstine, Fllen SHi I».-irk Ave.. I'>I>ria. O. 

Iloyt, lOd^vin Raymond -l;t Highland .\ve„ Kent. O. 

Hroini'o. Raymond Joseph .. 47.S \. Firestone itUd.. Akron, O. 

HliMiard. .lane I" R.I). \o. .". Medina. O. 

Hnher, Dorothy .leanne '27 Summit .St.. Niles. O. 

Hndson. Dorothy Rnth .S.SOfl Detroit St.. Cleveland, O. 

Hndson, Rnth Marie 1!)4.% Cook St.. Cliyahosa I'alls. O. 

IlnfTman, Doris >I Station A, Fast Liverpool, O. 

Hlift'man. AV. Donald Ilrewster, O. 

Hnehes. .Indy Flaine IKi.1 AV. Main SI.. Van «>r«. O. 

Hlllhert. Helen liOUise Hospital, Rzi^enna, O. 

IlnllK'rt. Katherine Redner I'honipson. O. 

Hlllhert. Nadiiie 20:J S. Lincoln St.. Kent. O. 

Hnll. rhyllis Arleeii 317 Oxford .Vve.. lOlyria, O. 

Hummel. Khijse .Vl>ee Doylestmvn. O. 

Hunker. .laiiiee Ruth 817 Sixth Ct.. I.orain. O. 

Hunt. Margie .Vdele .■i<17 Sunset A'iew Dr.. .\kroii. O. 

Hunter. Mary .lane 017 Rroad Hlvd.. Cii^iahoKa Falls, O. 

Hard. I.neille May R.I). No. i Chacri" Falls, O. 

Hard, raiiliue M R.I). Chaerin Falls. O. 

Hlird. Robert l,ero>" 3.1(1 Ravelin:! St.. Vewtoii I'alls. O. 

Huston. Flmer Sherman Rop^er.s. O. 

Hll.ston. I.oi.s Ireland 24nr» >Iarket .-Vve., \. Canton, O. 

Hyatt. C. William R.D. No. 4, Box <i(M, Akron, O. 

Hylkenin. .lohanna AVilma . . 2410 Flin Rd.. North Olmsted, O. 

Igrnaiit. ,Iohii .loseph 25 Soiithwii'k Dri^e. Itedford. O. 

Inee, Irene 73.-. S. A\ ebb St.. Allianee. O. 

InKalls. .\ileen E 134 F. Mildred .\ve.. .\kron. O. 

Inulehart. Illanehe M 44(1 «. .laekson St.. Painesville. O. 

iuKram. Helene RiKh 4(1.-. E. 124th St.. Cleveland. O. 

Irwin, ^larjorie A'irKinla Orwell. O. 

Isaiuaii. Donald Ed^ar. .327 .\iibliriid:ile St.. Voiiiiffstowii. O. 

.laekson, Fiisene tieor^e 220 New, Fairport Harbor, O. 

.laekson. Isabelle (iertriide R.D. No. 2, AAellin^toii, O. 

Jaekson. A'lr^iiiia Louise .317 A\'oodard .\ve.. Kent, O. 

Jneobs. Rnth Pauline R.D. No. 4. New London. O. 

Jaeobs. » illard F 41(1 Sprint; St.. Willard. O. 

Jaeobson. Kenneth II 14(1 E. Delason St.. A'oiiiiKstow n. O. 

James. >Iary .lane . . l.>(i AV. AVoodland Ave.. Voiiii;fstowii. O. 

James. Olive .Van >Iafrnolia. O. 

Jameyson, Ruth R.D. No. 1. Speneer. O. 

Jasbeek. Ferdinand J .S21 E, 222nd St.. Euelld. O. 

Jetlers. A\ iliiKi Crest<»n, O. 

.JetVries. Frank .Vllen. .(.20 Magnolia Ave., Cuyahoga l-'alls. O. 

Jeiiior. A\ ilhiril (ieorge (Eld Feriiwooll Dr.. Akron. O. 

Jeiikin.s. .I«iliii ^I (12.% Itidge .\^e.. Sharps\'ille. Pa. 

.lohii.soii. .\iin:ibel AI....370 AV. A\ .'irren ltd., ^oiingstown. O. 

Johnson. Donald AAilliain R.D. No. .'. Akron. O. 

.lolinsoii, (irni-e Fdilh R.D. Ni'o. 2. Warren. O. 

Jolinsoii. Lloyd lOl^vood Hudson Road, Kent .O. 

Johnson. Max I'ligi-iie 77.S A\'. Main St.. Kent. O. 

Johnson. Robert William Rox .•((Ml. R.D. No. 3. Kent. O. 

Johnston. Charles .\lex:iiider. . . .414 I-'razier .\»'e.. .\kroii. O. 

Johnston. Dorothy >Iae. . .11141 A\ t\stoii .\\e., \ i.nng.stow ii. O. 
.Tohiiston. F.le:ilior M...(i(l4 .laniLsoii .St., I*:irkersbiirg. A\ . A a. 

Johnston, lOtta .lean 1(1 >I:iin ."^t.. Pol;iiid. O. 

.lone.s, Charles Franklin 33(1 High .St.. Kent, O. 

Jones, Frnia Irene R.D. No. 1. Salem. O. 

Jones. Helen >Ia>' C;iiitoii->I:is.sillon Road. Canton. O, 

Jones. James iOd ward Rrooktleld O. 

.loiies. .loseph .\ll:iii R.D. No. .3, Louisville, O. 

.lones, K:ithryn fiertrnde R.D. No. 3, Rarberton. O. 

Jones. Leah .N S3!) Avondnle St.. E.Tst Liverpool. O. 

Jones. Reese Llojd 434 S. Meridian St.. Ravenna. O. 

Jones. Robert (irilllth 3IS Keiitiiek> St.. Lorain. O. 

.Iitrkoshek. .VIbert .I...(».-^4 Portage Trail. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

Jute. Caroline Marie 02(1 W. .'tsth St.. Ashtabula. O. 

Kaezar. Stanley 1(1404 Rosehill St.. Cleveland, O. 

Kaiiirad. Chris .\iigiist Diamond. O. 

Kalvesmnki. Viola Tnulik 137.-. Oak St.. Warren. O. 

Kaiiiinski. tieorge .'.."OS A'andalia St.. Cleveland. O. 

Kang. H:iii AIo Hamhenng. Korea 

Kaiio^t', Dorjee l''rederie 03 Illeiiwood .St.. Itedford. O. 

Karnes, Gertrude Louise R.D. No. 2. (■reenlield, O. 

Kasik. Betty Al viiia . . . . 474 I-^orestview St., Ray Aillage, O. 

Katko. Elizabeth Alary ."O Henry St.. Hubbard. O. 

Katzenmejer. Betty Seott . .Kent Theatre -\pt. No. 1. Kent. O. 
Kayler. Barbara Eleanor .. 1410 Parkway Blvd.. .\ lli.-iii4*e. O. 

Kazangi, .lames tiiist 4.51 Taliuadge RiL. Kent, O. 

Kenriis. Alartha Route >io. 7, Frankfort, O. 

Keep. Ellen Tracy Dorset, O. 

Keep. Radah Rae Dorset. O. 

Kegler, Edward F Sd.". E. Alain St.. Kent. O. 

Keller, Kenneth LaA'era Hartvllle, O. 

Keller, Ted R Box (ir.. Ilrady Lake, O. 



Kelly, Alargaret Ellen St, ThoiiiaN Hcspltal. Akron, O. 

Krinpel, C. Norman 103 Hudson Rd., Stow, O, 

Keinpf, Eugene Lester 11.30 Orchard .St.. Coshocton. O. 

Kennedj-. .lack .Vlexander OS Kirkwood Ave.. Akron, O. 

Kent. A'era Lucille l.-.O Edgerton Rd.. Akron, O. 



Ki'pler, Che.ster Sterling.. 
Kepler, Alar.iorie .Naomi . . . 

Kern, Anne Elizabeth 

Kerneii. Berlji R 

Kesselring. Blanche Aleiie. 



...247 Chitty Ave.. .Akron, O. 
.730 Kenmore Blvd., Akron. O. 
.47(10 Noble .Vve.. Bellaire. O. 

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O. 



.207 I niversify Dr.. Kent, 
. 1.-.2!) Triplett Blvd., Akron. 



Kibbej. >lary Theresa Hartvllle. 

Kiesclbach. .Alfred tieo....-.32 K, Highland Ave.. Ravenna. O. 

Kilboiiriie. Clinton Edward R.D. \o. ;t, Kent, O, 

Kilby, Dorothy Ruth R.D. No. 2. Burton, O, 

Kiley, Eleanor I'rances 511 Third St.. N,E.. Mnssillon. O. 

Killgrove. Ruth R.I). No. 2. Hnrtville, O, 

Killings, A>illiam Henry 207 Perkins St„ Akron. O. 

Kimball. Charles Newton Roseoe, O, 

Klines, Helen Louise R.D. >o. 1, Kent, O, 

King, ,Iuiie Tnllmadge, O, 

Kinney, El ma Alae fiarrettsville. O 

Kirkpatriek, Kathryn Lucille ... .20« S. Alantun St.. Kent. O 

Klay. A> ilbiir Alcier Mt. Hope. O. 

Kleiino. AInrtha Helen ,3,3.S E. Liberty St.. (llrard. O. 

Klein. Alarg.-iret Alny .Ave., Northfleld, O 

Klopfenstcin, Alargaret Liiiir:i . . . R.D. .No. 2, East Canton. O 
Kiiapik, I)oroth> Lucille .... 1 1214 Forest .Axe., Cleveland. O 

Kiiapp. Frjiiicis .losefih .538 Orlando .Ave.. .Akron. O 

Knanf. Esther Audrey R.D. No. I. Canfleld. O 

Knight. Dorothy Johnson R.D. No. .3, Rox .300. Kent. O 

Knouff. Alary Louise Ridge Road. AA'illonghby, O 

Kiionir, A'eliun Irene... 1224 Greenfleld St., S.AA .. Canton. O 

Koba. Leo John 1140 \A', 20th St.. Lorain, () 

Koch, Callie Shnnesville, O 

Koi'heudorter, Lillian White 310 N. AA illow St.. Kent, O 

Koeppe, Eloise ;{40 Beech St.. Berea. O 

Koerpel. Ilanadean 3003 Sheratin Dr., Cleveland, O 

Kiihr. Charlotte .l.-me 210 Iron .Ave.. Dox'er. O 

Koller. Marvin Robert I242H Saywell St.. Cleveland. O 

Koons. Mil*. >larxiii Greenshlirg. O 

Kopacs. Soiihia Elizabeth . 703 Hamilton .Ave.. McDonald. O 

Ko|>p. Betty Box 44. Glrnrd. O 

Kosninn. Flora R.D. No. 1, Middlefleld 

Kosnian, Florence R.D. No. 1, Aliddlefleld, O 

Kovalik, M:irtin John ..5.307 Alarion St.. AInple Heights. O, 

Kramel. Leonard Frederick OO Railroad S<.. Hudson. () 

Kramer. Dorothy Theresa Route No. 3, AInsslllon. O 

Krause. Betty Lucille Sl» Eddy Rd.. Cleveland, O 

Krause. Clyde Stanley 410 Oakgrove St.. Ravenna. O 

Kreighbauni. Bruce 1101 AInsslllon Rd.. Akron, O 

Krell. Pauline 10.34 llth St.. Alassillon. O 

xricg. I'reda L Fly, O, 

xrnmroy. Anna Jean .53 Marvin Ave.. .Akron. O. 

Krnpansk. t;izella M 2-24 Berkshire Rd.. Cleveland. O 

viihn, Rnbj Je.-lunctte R.D. No. 1. Seville. O, 

Kntz. Alargaret Irene Allddlebraneh. O. 



O. 



acy. Bernice Florence. 



.1.5017 Hillinrd St., Lakewood, O. 



-adrach. .Adelbert John Sngarcreek, 

.adrach. Ro> Clinton 114 Erie St.. Kent. 



ake. Helen >I.-tria . . 



.334 High St.. Fairport Harbor. O. 



.akso, Edwin Ernest. 251 Courtland St., Fairport Harbor, 

.amb. Phyllis Louise R.D. No. .5. Salem. O. 

.ambert. (Vrace Helen ... I.'.SOO Lihby Rd., Alaple Heights. O. 

.anibert. Alarvin Walter 1.51 Elm St., Stow, O. 

.amnilein. Roberl Albert IIOS Second Ave., Akron, O. 

-ang. Dolores Ruth Randolph. O. 

,ang. Evelyn Randolph. O. 

■ang. AA alter AA'llliam Randolph. O. 

.angdon. AAilliam AInsnn 1«S E. Kent Rd.. Stow. O. 

.aPolla. Ruth Marguerite 1200 (;rnnt St.. AVnrren. O. 

.arick. Ernest 2.374.5 Lake Shore Hlvd.. Euclid. O. 

.aTorraco. Henry 11510 Thoruewood Rd.. Cleveland, O. 

.attin. Elaine Adelle 107 N. Prospect St.. Kent. O. 

.audcrbaugh. Retly 703 stow St., Kent. O. 

.aiighrey. Alberta 711 E. Main Rd.. Conneaut, O. 

.aiircnson. Elizabeth C 1222 AAiiodland Ave., Canton, O. 

.anrcnson. Jessie 1 1222 AA oodland .Ave., Canton. O. 

ave. Arthur Joseph R.D. No. I. Burton. O. 

aAA and. Veliiia C 11011 Shadeland Ave.. Cleveland, O. 

awn, Lorraine Bcrta R.D. No. 1, No. Lima. O. 

awrence. Cloyd LeRoy Cnnal Fulton, O. 

iiwrence. Hubert Bercsford .58.S Stanton St.. Niles. O. 

awrence. Jean Miriam R.D. No. 1, AA arren, O. 

awrence. Myron AA alter .. .530(1 Leer St.. Alaple Heights, O. 

ea. Anna Jane Silver Lake Hlvd.. Silver Lake. O. 

ea. Evelyn A iola 212 Church St., Beach City, O. 

ea, Ruth A vonne 1008 Broad St., Cuyahoga FalLs, O. 

eadcr. Betly Jane 211S ISth St.. S.AA'., .Akron, O. 

eah. Ruth Beatrice R.D. No. 2, AA arren, O. 

eake. Retty Lcnaa....030 AA . Indianola St.. Voungstown. O. 

cbold. L. Jeaunette 704 E. Bnchtel Ave., .Akron, O. 

.eChaix. Joseph 4140 E. lOflth St.. Cleveland, O, 

510 AA'nshingt4>n St.. Niles, O. 

323 Newell St., Rarberton. O, 

(ilO llth St.. N.E.. Canton. O. 

1020 Cleveland Axe., N. Canton, O. 

....1124 I2th St., N.AA'., Canton. O. 

...1124 12th St.. N.AV., Canton, O. 

105 Clinton St., Ravenna, O, 



Lees, .lames Rnliind.... 
iCever, AA'illiam Dwaiii. 
.efkovitz. Rnth A x-oiine 
-tggett. .lack AA'eiidall. 
iCist, Catherine Alarthn 
.eist, Margaret Eloi.se.. 
.em:istcrs. AAilbiir Jay.. 



.cmke. Rosalie AAolfe. . . .2513 Berk .Ave., Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

ienimermen. Jean Edxvard R.D. No. 1, Kent, O, 

enner, Helene Vxonne 511 .Aqueduct St.. .Akron, O. 



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Leiiii«"r. ^Inxiiie \'ir;iiiii:i .Ml Aqueduct St., Akriiti. O. 

Leonard, I'^r;iii4'es Rose. . . R.IJ. \<>. .*S. S. Iljirket, .Jef>"erN)>ii, O. 

Leonard, Thomas F Ii7 S. Walnut St., ^Vol>ster, O, 

Lcsher, Vivian Until S(!(l Anilu-rst St., Akron. O, 

Levin, Vortoii 11 l.".:!!( Vale St., >.\V., ( anton. <). 

Levinsi>n, Harold F.. aOS « . Tortase St., (nyaliOKa Falls. O. 

I.eivis, Beiijaniin Riley AVindliain, t>. 

Lewis, Helen Virsinia tl.ilvern, t>. 

liewis. L:irry tiC!) firaee Ave.. Akrim, <>. 

Lewis, Robert K R.l). Xo. :!, Kent. O. 

l,ewis, RoKer IS IS.% E. AVillianis St., Kent. <). 

Liehti. Fstlier Marjorie . . 1.S71 Fifth St.. CnyahoK.-i F:ills. «>. 

I.ieliert. .loaehiin H 14111 .lellersoii Ave.. Akron. (>. 

l.ieser. Phyllis Fileeil l(i:;i Navarre Ril.. Canton. O. 

l.iezerr. >I:iry A Streetshoro Rd.. llnilNon, (I. 

Litton, Leonard !>7-' Fddy ltd., < leveland, l». 

Likens, l-Ole.'inore Louise SStl W , '>l:iiii St.. Ravenii:i. fK 

l.insenniann. AVilliani M .•(4-14 «. illst St., Cleveland. I). 

Little. Lillian (Iraee .14IIS Woodland Ave,, ^,^V„ Canton, O. 

Little, Warren T 42.S1 K. llilst St.. Cleveland. II. 

Lo<'ker, ,lennie .'!>" AA ooster A^e., Akron, <>. 

Loekwiiod. Fsther .layne .4(!7(! Ilorton Rd.. Cartield Ills.. O. 

Lodiiieski. Hose ,liin<* . . l'N'7S C(ir>4l«>ii ltd., Cleveland llts.. <>. 

Lon;^-. Kenneth llow.-iril TATt Lake St.. Kent. <>. 

Lor;ih. r'l<»ren<*e Mae..,tf:{;r AvontLile .St,, Fast Liverpool. O. 

Love. William Allen R.IJ. Xo. 1, Warren, <). 

Love. A\'illi;ini Calvin Tiiionto^vn. O. 

Love.ioy. Vary Katherine 4,^:!!) Franklin St., Itellaire. (). 

l.owry. (Gladys Fsther R.l). Xo. :!. Lislion. O. 

Lowry. Kenneth .laine.s ll:S Line4>lii Ave., \iles. t). 

Liikens. Rettv- I'^aye. Siiiinj" Hell, Ivent. t>. 

Liili. l-''r:ink Cliarle.s 74tl liison St.. .\kron. <>. 

l.uli. Ilildreil Louise 74(1 I pson St.. Akron. (I. 

Liiv. i'raiices lOvel^iii 212 Tyler .A^e.. S.l'I.. Cantnii. t>. 

L>4ins, I'^ilet n R. .12 College A'ie^v Ave., l*onAhkee|isie. \. \. 

L^'on.s, .Inli.-i Ron<* !l!>2 Hriee .Vve., Lima. t). 

Lyons, Ito»* l,-iiiil Deiiii R.l). X4». I, lO.-ist Liv«'riMM)l. <>. 

LythBoe, R. «.-irren R.l). \o. 4. llov (IIM, Akron. <). 

ll.-uAlowan. Arnold Walter .2(1 Sonthwiek Dr., ISedford. <>. 
ll.leRride. tiertrnde F. . . 2"4(! Rerk .Vve.. Cii:iahoKa I~alls. O. 

MeAlister. W illinr .\ R.l). \o. 2. Louisville. <). 

AleCalVirtj, Mrs, Opal S Sliver Lake Tavern, 

( ny,-ih<>K:i I'alls, O. 
MeCarthi. ltol>ert.-l .1.. .47 Riley St.. 1'awllieket. Itholle Island 
MeCanslin. Helen I'aye . 224N S. Cherry Ave.. \lli.-in<'e. O. 

MeCleir.w lla/.el llae ;'.;! Relle \ ista. 1 <nin;ist»Mvn, O. 

ALCIellan. FiUen Fay !>Sr> liloomlielil Ave.. Akrtin. (). 

MeCIell.'ind, Doris ■>I:(r,it»rie 722 Lorettii St., T^ironto. t>. 

lleConnell. Helen Fl iz.-ilieth R.l). NO. 4. AVellinKt <>. 

1I<< ..ol. \\ illiam .lohn Nells. O. 

>Ie( Orkle, 10, .le.in R.l). No, 1, AA arr (I. 

AleCoy, .lark Frvin 127S Rrown St.. Akr <>. 

AleCoy. Rnth lOli'Aaheth Ki.t N. Third St.. Toronto, O. 

V!<.Cr:i<.kcii. lltirn K 72;t W noster .Vve.. Strasbnr^i. O. 

>leCue. Vliee Vlaye 217 AleKinley St.. S.AV., Canton, O. 

VIcCne. tlaraaret Alary I(i:l4 Kith St.. N.F., Canton. O. 

>leCnll.i. I'lorenee lOveljli It.D.. C:lrrollton. O. 

>l<'Cuiie, ,lini Robert 10!>4 Berwin St., Akron, (). 

AleCurdy. Ln<-ille R.l). No. 1, Ciiyahoua l.ills, «). 

AleCiiskey. Raymond R R.l). No. 1, ( tiyahcma Falls. O. 

Afi'Dermotl. Dorothy .lane 704 Alaryland St., (ant (I. 

AleDermott. Al;«.ry C 1 1 4;t A\':i.sliiiiftt(Hi .Vve.. Lorain, O. 

Al4'Devitt. \ iiie«nt .foseph . . . !>14 .N. S(ate St., Taines^ille, O. 

AI<'l)onoiiL;h. Kathleen Ann i:t(> Hudson Rd.. Stow, (). 

AleFlroy. Doritthi Louise litd AV . I'.lm S(.. Kent. (). 

AleFlroj. Robert Morton 1:1(1 AA . Flin St., Kent. (). 

Mefiinnis. Iten.iamin tieorue . . 2227 Ohio Ave., VtmnAstowii. O. 

>le<;lothlin. ( lande 1(177 Laird St.. Akron. O. 

Alet;lothlin. Don 11177 Laird S(., Akron, O. 

Aletiuire, Hetty Sue 4.S(i Cronse St., Akron. O. 

AIe<,nrk. .laek Stanford 7.% S. (anton Hd.. Akron. O. 

MeHimh. Mildred Doris R.D., New Matamoras. O. 

Alelntosh. .V. Vern Cliardon, O. 

.AleKahan, ,[ayne 2<t2 Ferrell Vve.. Ashland, O. 

Alt'Kee, Rnth Kathryn Sherroils^ ille. O. 

AleKinley, ,lay l'. R.D. No. 4. Mansfield. (I. 

Me>lillaii, Norma .lojee Si^inal, O. 

>le>lillen. Lois >larion 2('.2 S. I*earl St., \'oiin;£stown, (>. 

MeAlillion. Margaret Fllen Dorset. O. 

AleAlnrry. Robert Harold 44r>l Lineoln Ave., Sh.idjside. O. 

Alt'Nab, Mar.jnrie .lane I2(;s Harvard Itlvil.. Toledo. O. 

ALNaniee, (arolyn Marie ... l:«17 Claiborne Rd,. F. Cleve., O, 

MePherson, K,-ithr>ii Alae .Vlwater, O. 

-Al:iei yko. M.-nsaret Anne 2!> Pieeadilly St., Campbell. (). 

Alaek. Itiehard Louis 4(i Atlas St., Vkron, O. 

Alaekall, Mary Alberta Neslej. O. 

Ma4'yiiski. Helen KJ.SO Silliman St.. A oiiiijist4Mvii. O. 

Maddtn. Helen Sarita lf';!)2"; Nell Rd., Cleveland. O. 

AL-idison, Rette..22"(i AA'estininster St., Cleveland Heights, O. 

Alacrlione, Charles A'ietor lt;7 Rotziiin Ct,. Akron. O. 

Mahafl'ey, ,lane AAOIeott .Miil Storer Ave., Vkron. O. 

Alaier. Dorothea Amelia .■5">7 Hellllower St.. N.AA., (anton, <>. 

>la,ior. L4»iiise Fleanor R.l). No. ."», AAOoster, (>. 

Alalarik. Steve Itr.l llurkhardt St., Akron, (). 

Mtlltit, ,leaiinette A',...,">107 Friendship .V^e., A oniiuslo^vn, (>. 

Mallory. Doris Lucille 11S12 F. 4Sth St.. Vshtabula. O. 

Aliilone, Alarjs;iret .lane l!>r> Al.-irion .A^'e., Strnthers. O. 

Alaloney, Kathleen Aliee. . . . 1 lilo Rozelle St.. F. Cleveland. O. 

Alaltinest, .lean Flizabeth 2022 F. 42nd St.. Ashtabula. O. 

Alanehester. Betty 2n.S N. Lineoln St., Kent. (). 

Alandnla. Madpre Alillieenf .. SrdiC. Fast Blvd.. Cleveland. O. 



Manes, AA illiert .loseph !>i;i S. AA illow Fxt., Kent, O, 

Al,-iiifiill, D.'iniel M:ile<>lin Aleehaiiiestowii, O. 

Alaiiko, Tom :{3.-> F. School St., Kent. O. 

Mansfield. CeorBe H 2057 .Ith St., Cnyahosa Falls, O, 

Alanstield. Richard K l.-i42 Pilgrim St., Akron, O, 

M.'intipt lla. Ct^lnmbo ,)ohn...^'4M Cttlnmbiis .Ave,, .Vshtabula. O. 

Maratta. Alaraaret 10 2(1") Roslyn Vve.. N.AA., Canton. O. 

Al,-:rshall, .It.ss pliiiie .Line ;t2.S Robbins .Ave., N'iles, O. 

Marthey, Louis (ieiie 1 1(17 Florida Ave., Akron, O, 

Al.-irtin, Albert Leo . . 2SS F. Cny.-ihoK.-i Falls Ave., .Akron, O, 
>Fartiii, .lames Mechlin .. l(i(i 10. Prospect St., AAadsworth, O. 

Al.-irtin, Phyllis SI!) Diagonal Rd„ Akron. O, 

>!artin. Sy bill R ."(JIN AA ilkiiis Ave.. IMtf sbiirah. Pa. 

Mason. Clayton Farl S12 Aledill Ave., Massillon. O. 

Alatter. Fmnia .luiie 72(> S. Alain St., Orrville, O. 

Alattern. lOtliel Louise 2ri7 Ciist*"r Ave., V oiin^^stovvn, O, 

Alatthews, lOarl Davis :l(l(i Park Vve., McDonald, O. 

M.itthews, .lack Al.-inrice :!(M! I'.-i rk Vve., AlcDonald. O. 

Alalthews, Robert .l.-imes (!()!• Park Ave., AlcDonald, O. 

Maiirer, .Lihn P.-inl . . . . 1 7!) Kenilworth Ave., Nr,E,. AA arren. O. 

Alava. Mildred Pearl R.D. Xo, 2, Alantna, O, 

AL-ivwell. ItiKh \aonii Rroadacre. O. 

>D.'iy born. .Vliee Louise Kensni.'in. O. 

)layer. Vdri.-in .Ion X TtSO Millikin St.. Rntler. O. 

>l:iyliew-, lOllis l'"raiik (i(Kl Lincoln .Ave., R:i^'enii:i, O, 

Mayheiv, IL-irold Barnes iUf.i Lincoln .Vve,. Raveiin,-i. O, 

Ali.-iehani, Ralph Flwood IX! N. AA illow St.. Kent, O, 

Aleade, Fliy..-ibe(h Sloane . . . . :W11 E. CKIth St.. Cleveland, O, 

Aleaney. Mary Itita left'erson ltd., Ashtabula, O, 

Alchleiibai'hcr, Iteita Fliz.abeth 3(14 Rrown St., Akron, O. 

Aleinzen, l-Mi-/.abetli .Viiii llomeworth, O. 

Aleleher. Irene .■il4 17th St., X'.AA ., Canton. O. 

Melick. OIlie Mae Howard. O. 

Alcndiola. .lohn .Itisi-ph 210 H:irris .-Vve., R.'ivenn,'!. O. 

Alerlidi. Laiir.a Teresa l."7 F. A ork St.. Akron, O. 

Aleyer, Norman R 1702 17th St.. Cnyahosa Falls. O. 

Aleyer, Ru(h 10 220 N. Lincoln St., Kent. O, 

Alcyers, Ralph I'^red R.D., AA ellinatou, O. 

Aliywcs, Robert . .4022 Roekvvood ltd.. (Garfield Heishts. O. 

Michaels, .lo.seph Al (►.*> Fa.sf Alarion .Vve., A'onnu'sto^vn. O. 

Alickey. Beth Ann Lodi, O. 

Vlii'sko. Alarsarct F 7302 Bessemer St., Cleveland, (), 

>liddletoii. Dorothy Bitniii.jean Hosiers, t). 

Midsley. Fdith R.D. No. 3. Aledina, O, 

AliKSie, l)oroth> Irene 4(!(> Tremont SI.. Al.-issil Ion, O. 

Alilar, llo^^.'ird II. 307 (''air .Ave.. Xew Pliilailelplii;i. O. 

Aliller, Vniieita AA akefield 1.M2 Erie St., V onimstown. O. 

Aliller, .Vrnold Leroy Gelnier Rd., Leavittsbury, O, 

Aliller. Betty .lane :MC. F. Kline St.. (iirard. O. 

Aliller. Delberi Leroy Nfi3 H.-irtford Ave.. Akron. O. 

Miller. l)<inald 1 (Jilnier Rd.. Leavittsbiirj;, O, 

Miller, lOrmand Anthony 133 AA . Siimmit St.. Kent, O. 

Miller. Irene (;:iyle 203 l-'ifth and Alarket, I'oronto. O, 

>liller. .lames Donald .•'.20 Roikwell St.. Kent. O. 

Miller. .l.'iiM" Ftt 2233 filenwood .Avi'.. A"ouimsto^vii. O, 

Miller. Katherine ("Jenevieve . . . ."d 12 Reed .Ave.. .Ashtabula. O. 

Miller, Laiir:i .Viiiie ISox S7, Cortland, O. 

Miller, Lucille lOlir.-ibeth R.D. Xo. 2, Alliance, O. 

Miller. Mabel Rebecca .. 3."0 AA. Dewey St., Aouimstown. O, 

>liller. Marjori.' Ann 201 Columbus St.. Crestline, O, 

Miller. >lar> Anne 1203 Curtis St.. Akron, O. 

Miller. Alary .lo...7(l7 X. Broadway St., Xew Philadelphia. O. 

Aliller. Alary Kathryn Route Xo. 3. Carrollton. O. 

Aliller. Robert (i 31 Alarshall St., Norwalk, O, 

Miller. Rnth A irsinia Rartlett Rd., Redford. (). 

>lilliK,-in. B. Aileen 1012 Pierce Ave., Toronto. )>. 

Mills. Harriet Alaiina Alaulna, O, 

Aliner, l.iOi.s Alary rVl.S .Vlevander .St,. .Akron, O, 

Altnor, Betty-Lou .!)r>7 tireyton Rd., Cleveland Heiahts, O. 

Aliiior, RayiiHMMl A" 222.0 AA;iscana St.. L.'ikewiiod. O. 

Mirto. Carmen ltich:ird 27IS Bolivar ltd.. Canton. O. 

Alisock. .lames Leniion 1.313 T^iftli .Ave.. .Vkron, O. 

Mitchell, Iris Louise .. 27S!> Bailey Rd„ Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

Alitcheson, Marybell R.D. Xo. 3. Lisbon. O. 

Alitten, R.-iymoiid Carr 10!) Borton Ave.. Vkron. O. 

Mitten. AAall.-ice It l.'SO 0th St., CiijahoKa I'.-ills. O. 

Midisa, Dominie .loseph 301 Stow S(., Kent. O. 

Mlasofsky. .lohn Christ New Alilford. O. 

MlasiDfsky. Alarie Ann Box 14, New Alilford. O. 

Mobltj. Rnth 1 220 Alorrlson Ave., Cuyahosa Falls, (). 

Aloik, Helen Al.-ie 340 Kenilworth Dr.. AAarrcn. O. 

Mohlir, Nadine Alda l!l AA est (Jrand St.. Rerea, O, 

Alole. AA ilomene Odell R,I), No, 2. (Grafton. O. 

VQollica. tii'orae .lames "00 AA"<tos(er .Ave,. .Akron. O, 

AIolii:ir, Helen 10.",l F. :Mtth St.. Lorain. O. 

Monastra. Nick R.l). No. (i. North Canton, (), 

Monroe, Dora 101iy.;ibeth 1 7.S Poplar St,, Coiiiie:lut. O. 

Monteith. Paul I^ewis !."!> Adeline Dr.. Stow. O. 

>!r;ntK<Miiery. lOdw. C. 435 Tallniadue ltd.. Cuyahoaa Falls. O. 
Afontsomery, Mary Alaraaret . . ."03 E. Main S(.. l,oiiisville, O. 

>lontaoiiier.\-. Paul Al 2."»!> Franklin .Ave.. Kent. O. 

^looncy. ll4M^,-iril Raymond R.D, No. 1. Kent. O. 

Aloore. Denz.il Lowell R.l). Xo. 1. Steubenville. O. 

Moore. Al. Virginia 3!>27 Howard St.. Aoiinastown. O. 

Aloore. Ruth lOileen Xorth .lackson, O. 

Mcralo. Lester Peter 27S4 10. 117th St., Cleveland, (). 

Alore. Alary Cl.-irissa . . .1!> AA'. Ciiyahoca Tails Ave.. .Akron. O. 

Alorean. Helen Al Corner A'iiie ik School Streets, Kent, O, 

Aloreheail. tir.-ice Alarie J1.34 T^anstin.-i .Ave.. Bu<-yriis. O. 

AIorKan, Delbert T. . !>41 TallmadKc Rd.. Cuyahosa Falls. O. 
Aloraan, ,loan Katharine. I(t;»i Vela A lew ltd., Clev,eland, O, 
Alorrill, Alartha Lee 203(.3 Lake Shore Blvd,. Cleveland, O, 
Morris. AVin, V . Sl(12 (irand Division Rd., (;arfield Ht.s,, O. 



152 



llorrisoii. Helen <-r;i> IS'J.S A\ )m>iII:iiiiI Ave., Cniitoti. O. 

>lort4ui, K:ithle<Mi .liiiic- Aiir(»ra Station. O. 

>losele>. Hjizil l.oi.s <»<>■ I'orter St., A\';irreii, O. 

>Ii».sher, l-''r:itifis K llil \. I)<'l'e>!>iter St., Kent, <). 

>l4i.sher, ,lerry Smith . .IV2S ^IiHlisim A^■e., Coiiiieaiit, (). 

Mosher, l»aul A\ i::i \. I>ePey.ster St.. Kent. O. 

MosM. .lane Ann lUH Cherry Kd., \.i:„ MaNNJilon. <). 

'\li»iiuhini<'in. I'liiir:! >l:itil(I:i Sherroil.s^ ille. O. 

>l<>iints. (ieiie l'>l\.-i 411 Alin:t'ra Ave., ^'<tiin;ist<nvn. <>. 

>IojIer. Itarhiira .lane S7 Cotter A^e.. Akron. <». 

>liicNer. >lar;:,«it IHM^H W. 111th St.. Clevel.-iml. <>. 

Hull. Haroltl Root Grafton. t>. 

>lnl)elt, Margaret lOlixalteth W indh.ini. <>. 

MttiUHw. (;ra<lys .le:ni U.I>. Xo. '2, ftarreMs^ ille, ;>. 

lliiimer, Koiiita I'^rnnees Satin St.. .lelVersoii. (>. 

lliiral. A\aiter A railaniin ;t7n I K. i:il.st St.. Cleveland. O. 

>lnrdock, Dorothy ,leanette, . . ..'irt |troad^va>. >\ ellsville, <>. 

>lnr|ihy. Rev II. Irondale. <). 

>lnr|ih>. \\oodro« \\'il.son .i:t:i S. Lincoln St.. Kent. <». 

>liirra>. 1'ninia.jean R.l>. \o. 1. Clinton. O. 

>liirr:i>. <ir:i:i"ee Allies TTil \. Hi»ivard St.. Akri>n. O. 

Marry. AK;itha is::.-, Ch.-irles Rd.. K. Cleveland. O. 

Mnrtanuh. Marthn .l:ine il'Jt Thew A^e.. Clarion. O. 

^IilNsin, l''red:i Louise .'^ti K. I.neiiis St.. ^ on n^^Ntoi^ ii. O. 

3Ijer.s. IOIiy::ilieth .l.-iiie ^40.'; I ni^c-rsitj SI.. C;inlou. O. 

Myers, lOliKaheth .lane . . . . 20r>I AlkiuNon St.. ^ ounKsti>\vn. <). 

Myers. Kverett Wilson Ui'.i S. AVillo^v St.. Kent, O. 

Myers. r;e«>rwe l>«>ii:ild R.I). \ o. '.i, lliidsoii, O. 

flyers, Iriii:i l'iii>l«'n '.H.'l S. \\ illo\> St.. Kent. O. 

^Byer.s, Jessie Lorraine. . .l'2:2r* :;ttth St.. I'arkershur;;, A\ . \ a. 

Myers, I^jinra I*' (ireentown. <>. 

Myers, Mar(;-Jiret >l:irian SSS A^on St.. Aknui, O. 

Myers, Roberta .lane R.D. No. :t. Dorset. <►. 

Myser, Sue Irene Vt'27 liis;inds A^e.. Cii>";ilio^:i I'.-ills. <>. 

\:irro\ve. Helen .lo:in .'.f.V.'.l Lord St.. Dunkirk. New A ork 

\eale. Helen Klizuhet h . . t!)M> Redford Ave., S.M .. Canton. <>. 

\e:ir|t:iss, Cli:irlotte .l:iiie North Kin;As\ille. <>. 

Neidert. Cred H 22 E. Voris St., Akron. <>. 

Neidhar4lt. Helen Graee Speneer. <>. 

Nelson. Andre Harry R.D. No. I. Mantua. <>. 

Nelson. >Iar(;:irel Louise.. 7H1 W . .1,-iekson St.. raines^ille. <>. 

\erone. Therese Ritse ."i^ 12tli St.. Cainpliell, <). 

Nestler. .lohn I'aul 1424 Otlown \\v., Akron. O. 

Netxen, Leslie lOiirl I{l-{44 \\"ils<»n Phu-e. Toledo. O. 

\eivell. 1.i'\'oiii:i Ifjirie Sherrods"\ille. <>. 

Newman, tiraee K:ithryn R.D. No. 1, Kent. <>. 

Niehols, Dorol)i> L. . . . 2(tIJ >l.'i|)lew immI A\e.. I".. Li^t-rpool, O. 

Niehols. lOdith Carey AMi Oherlin A ^ c. Lorain. (>. 

Ni*'kar. Stnnlej l-^rank (i;t((2 Liieldn A\»'.. rarin:i. (►. 

Niekerson. Huuh S. 17<( Hudson Road, Stow. (). 

Niekerson. Neil D 17<» Hudson Road. Stow. (>. 

Niuhnian. Helen Lee IT 1 1 Hudson Road. Kent. O. 

Norni:iii. Lewis <i 2<1<I'.*> Ne^vl>err> St., Cii > :iho;^':i r^:ill.s. O. 

North. Harold tieorye R.D. No. ;s. Munroe I'alls. <». 

Nunn:ill>, Hariel A. I ::!l(l i'liorn Hill ltd.. Von ii;±stow n. O. 

0:ites. .Linies Tliom.'is IIo.\ 71. Kent. O. 

Olierlander. Theresa R .'(rS N. Mantua St.. Kent. <>. 

fleasek. Rett? Olive Charter Road Maeedonia. O. 

Oehsendorf. Kdith V .'►l!) S. Fourth St., Steuben ville. <>. 

O'Donnell, (ieorue I hri.lisville. <>. 

Oehlseblaf-Ker, \ivti»r K. HkIO^ Friend .\ve.. Maple Hts.. <>. 

OI<lli:ini. ClifVord Ch;irli's 2t?'i C> press A \ «'.. \kron. *>, 

Opeil. Leonard .lose|ih i:t7i:t North Dr.. <;artield Hts.. <>. 

Orpin. Rtibert Rn.ssell 4S.'> Rro:idf%':iy. Redford. <K 

Orr, >Iary Lue>" North .l:ieksoii. O. 

Osborn. Ruth Kliy:abeth R.D. No. 1. Klyria. O. 

Osborne, Irene ii SdS S. i'Veedoin St., Alliaiiee. O. 

Osb4»riie. K.'it h:iriiie Aiijiust;! . Hi;xh St.. .lewett. O. 

Osiniin. Krla \\ iuifrert 224 College Ave., Kent. <). 

Ostervieh. Fddie Dl Kent Plaee. Akron. O. 

Ostrander. Kdward Ralph (t4 Grant St.. Painesville. O. 

Overholt, lOdna Mae R.D. No. H. Rox 'Mtr*. Kent. O. 



Pa^e. .lohii .loseph 

Piiliieh. .\ iitli4in> 

Painer, l''raiik l*:iiil 

Pannitr, M.'irion .la>'iie. . . . 
PaiM>vie. .lohn \\'illi:iiii . . . . 

P:insler, Riitii ICIeeii 

Papiishak. (ieorj^e 

Parde*'. .lostphine H:irriet. 

Parker, Albert Lewis 

Parker. Aliee Aberta 

P:irker. Don LeAvis. . .24(E4 Eaton Rd.. Cleveland Hei^^hts. (>. 



•M Hi K. C'th St.. ( le^el.-ind, <>. 

I'.O. Box S7. Wolf Run. O. 

.l«7<t K. I4">th SI.. < leveland. <). 

R.D. No. I, HiMueuortli. O. 

.':tl Kuelid St.. Willard. O. 

. .VtA'A l.akemont Ave., Akron, (L 
. .:{4;r. i:. 7Sth St., Cleveland. <». 

i:t^£ Huds«in Road. Stow. <l. 

.li>44 R. 4-th St.. Ashtabula, O. 
([4 Pine St., (Geneva. <L 



Parniiu'i:iii. R:ilpli Steve . 
P:irsons. Rnlli Arleiie. . . . 
Partrid«c. >Iar> Louise . 
Patrick. ^I.'iru.'iret Lee. . . 
P.'itrit'k, Willi.'iiu l'~'r:iiik. . 

P;itlerson, Dorothy C 

Patters^m. l-]le:iiior >I:ie . . 
Pat ti'rson, \\ illi:iin Allen 
Pe;ib*>d>, t;r;M'e llorton . . 



. . . ..-<ts K. ir.th St., 
. .4i:t'» E, lOOth SI. 



.Vshtabnia. O. 
Cleveland, 4>. 

I'armd.'ile. O, 

R.D. No. 1. Amsterdam, O. 

.1!>M» Manchester Rd., Akron. O. 
AValker Ave., (ilen Oak. Rye. N.^. 
...Franklin Rd., Chagrin I alls, O. 
. ...nt;:! E. l.-tlth St.. <lc^eland, O. 
.2rr:t Warrens^ ille t enter Rd., 

South Euclid, O. 

I sher Rd., Olmsted Kails, O. 

;7 Rellttower Rd., N.\V., Canton, O. 
Cleveland. O. 



Peaehe>. lone Medell 
Pearl, \'ioIet >lJirie. . 

Pearson, lOsther ,1. IIJMII Osik^iew Avt 

Peek, Retty AVinifrert R.D. No. li, Kent 

Peck, Curtis AV 44S Rockwell St., Kent 

Peck, Harold M.. . . 
Pell, Bettj Air^inia 



tun Ho\v:ird T I .'44 Merline Ave., Cti>'ahou'a I'':iI1n, O. 

copies. K. Elizabeth tM(> \\ . Rank St.. I hriehsville. O. 

eters. lOlix.abetb \ :ti;t S<'iHt St.. \iles. O. 

etcrs. Ilerm:in .lacob iS<»7 .%th St.. Cuy:iho;^a l-':ills. O. 

eters. Mildred Clara. . . . l.V)i7 Fifth St.. < uyah(»K;i Falls. O, 
eters<tn, Christina \'...2<t.'V S. S<-h» iiley Ave., Vouimsto^vn, O, 

etko, Yiatihia 2442 14th St., N.E.. Canton. O. 

etta. Rocco 1 harlcs 71 E. 2<Hst St.. ClevelaiHl, (». 

etrie. Vine lidith R.D. No. I, Andover. O. 

vlty, .land Louisi 2(;':!) lOth St., <u>ahoK:i Falls, O. 

ctty, Vivian Roberta .... .*;4;M Grassmere St.. Maple Hts.. O. 

fahU r, Maryanna 41 Third St., Shelby, O. 

Iiiliiis, Charles A\ aiids . . . . 712 \\ :irreii A \e.. A oiiimsto^vn. O. 

ickard. lOIsie R.D. \ o. s. Rov 71.-., Akron. O. 

it hi, Alice l'"inne> - 1 .' Pauline St.. Cii>;iho;;:i I'.-ills, O. 

iehl. Fr;ink I'-innej , . . .."I.-* Pauline St., Cii>'ahoKa l''.'ills, O. 

itri-e. Ht'leii ,laiie 27<t tirant St., R:i^i>nii:i, O. 

terce ,lack Rolland R.D. No. I. U elliimton, O. 

inconii»c, \ ir^il D. ."IMS Rock> Ri\er Dr.. Rcrca. O. 

in>'ouii. Ro> t;eor;;e . , 14t>24; Arden.'ill .V \ e.. 10. CievehiiHl. O. 
fi>trowski. Milan I'rank . . . . :iSS» \V. I'tth St.. Clevelantl. O. 

liskin. Liblty Toby VtHit Euclid Ave.. Akritn. O. 

liskin. William .\aron im*.\ l.iiclid Ave.. Akr<»n. O. 

fidivo.iski. \l\in lOdw.-irtl 4i;:t2 I'nrney ltd., t^artield Hts.. O. 

chl, D.'iniel lOd^^ard 2tU 10. Archwtioil A \ e.. .Vkron, O. 

olt'schuk, Steph€-ii 71 l-^leiniiiK,' St., I'ouiiKsttuvn. O. 

ollari. Rulh >Iiriam 441 AVard Ave., (iirard. O. 

olli, Miihael \n;iclo l.^tM Fruilland Ave. Maple Ills.. O. 

'omero>. Leonard R. R.D. No. '.i, P.'ii ncs\ il |4^ O. 

otde. Lorin Kenneth :t1»7 Hudson Rd.. Stow. O. 

ope, Christ D J:o.-> Wooillawn A^e.. Ruc> rus, O. 

ortiwski. Walter Stanley Ill.-.S E. 7tJth St.. Cleveland. O. 

orter, IOIe;inor Smith R.D. No. 7. Do> U-stown. O. 

'orti'r. .loscphiiM Woods .:;||S Neosho Rd., A onimstown. O. 

(M'ter. Raymond R nssell KiiiKs^ iHe, O. 

'<ise>, lOlizabeth Pauline 2t;Hi lOllet A le.. Akr4»n, O. 

'<itter, ,le;in Lucille 'Mi N, Itrtickway. Aonn^-Nlown. O. 

otts. Robert LeRoy 22!» W. liberty St.. Medina. O. 

'owcll. .lohn Cl:ir«>iice ItSIS Rid^e Ave.. A iiun^^stoi^ ii, O. 

<»well. John W ilnier Rrookville. O. 

'ratt. H.'irriet Loreti:i 42^t Rr«i:id St.. Conneaiit. O. 

ratt. Iris Lily Green Road. CnyahoKa I'alls. O. 

leslcy. Ph:tllis Mae 47 Center St. W illou;:hby, O. 

Kslon. II:irle> O. IIMS l>th St.. (nyabi>;£a I'.ills. O. 

'rice, tierablinc >I:i>" 241Mi AIiMitchiir A \ e., Cleveland, O. 

riuKle. (ieor^e Ed ward . . . . . .■>([2 S. Arlin;£ton St.. Akron. O. 

'ukIi, tieor^e Leslie 4:i0 Drexel Ave.. Akron, O. 

yle. Howard Larry 017 S. Water St.. Kent. O. 

>soii. Marian .V^nes ;i(t4S W. 4([th St., Cleveland. O. 



<ti><n*'tte, Charles 10.. . 
<(uinette, Florence \'.. 
(tniiin. Di»rotb> >I:ir>'. 



:t42tl t;lenwtMtd A^e., A'iHiii;i"st<»%vii. O. 
:i42r t^linivootl Ave., ViMin^.'^town. O. 
l(t Pont St.. Massillon. O. 



R.D. No. .1, Ravenna. 

24.% Washinp;ton St., Cuyahoga l-^alls, 



Rad:ik, W ilmer, 4<l.% Liviii;:;stow ii St., Akron, O. 

Ralial. .lames Abr.'ih:iin .-2r» Cherry St„ \.I0., Canton, O. 

Raimondt*. .\)U'liiie Leonore Third St., V«>rk^'ille, O, 

Ranallo. 4>eii«> Antony 47.*t W*HMlljiiid Ave., .Vkron. O, 

R.inflall. I'lora D. «1(; N. Mantua St.. Kent. O. 

R.'tiidles. Chester Irvin Ch.'irilou. O. 

Rapp. Carl I' 172.1 Falls Ave.. Cujahofta Falls, O. 

R.'tpp, Mary lOsther 417 Cleveland Rd.. Ravenna, O. 

Rattthford. June 243<» Rrech St.. Cn>ahoKa Falls. O. 

Ra.v. J. D.'initI SHf Rrown Ave.. N .W .. t .inton. O. 

Ra> incr. lO.-irl R. R.D. No. I. Conneant. O. 

Re,-id. Margaret Ruth. Silver Lake RIvd.. Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

RcadiHuvcr, Thom:is tieiie 1S27 S*-ott St.. Co^inu'ton. K>. 

Ream. Doris \~iruini:i R.D. N41. Ti, C:iii1on. O. 

Redmond. Richard <ieor;;e 12<» N. Mantua St.. Kent. O. 

Reed. Fran«M s t .-ithcrine 244 E. Main St.. Kent. O. 

Reed. Marjorie RIanche R.D. No. 2. Reach City, O. 

Reed. Sar:i Rebecca S'2<V Av<mi St., Akron. O. 

Rceh4»ist, Newton D. . 27:SI«: Demford Rd., Dover Center. O. 

R«rse, Ret> .Ian* H;7 Oak Kni>ll St., Warren, O. 

Reese. Therlyn Llewelyn 721 10. Second St.. Rrcwster. O. 

Reese. \ iolet Mae 4tM Meadowbrook St., Warren, O. 

Riese. W. (iriflith Mecbanii' St.. t^rafton, O. 

Rehs. Elizabeth Alary 2tUl» Cttb St.. Akron. O. 

Reiss. S>Uia Louise 1J)2 Emmons V\c.. Akron. O. 

Renick. AI:ir> .lane 7."^1 Ardmor*' A \ e.. Akron. *). 

Reiikert. Rofiert Edward ;t2!> lOrie St.. Kent. O. 

Rentsehler. Robert D e o C. W . Carl, .leromesx ille. O. 

Rentz. Merle V. I (',2 E. Main St.. Kent. O. 

Rcsseuer. Charles HowartI I( ItU W . lOvehant^e St., Akron. O. 
•Reynolds. Kenneth W il l:ird . . R.D. No. 1. North Fairfield, O. 

lte>nol<ls, Kermit C. R.D. No. X Ravenna. O. 

Rii'e, Dortifh:^ .\lline ."{IC'-j S. I-Veedoni St.. Alliance. O. 

Rich.'trds. Kenneth Ray 4T*ii Delniar Ave.. Akron. O. 

Richards. Mary..-irct Itucbanan 1 2:t Rrady St.. Kent. O. 

Richards. William < arroll :17.'> Elmdale Ave.. Akron. O. 

Richardson. lOllenor Jane..l2:t Elm Court. Chagrin Falls, O. 

RichardsiMi. Winifred C. R.D. No. S. Rov H\7t. Akri»n, O. 

Riehncr. Car<»l Arleen Macedonia R<L. Twinsburtf. O- 

Ricker. A ir;;ini.'i lOileen 7:!7 South St.. t^alion. O. 

Ricks. Ruth Marian 114.% Thrush Ave., AVitklitle, O. 

Riildle. June Jelfrey R.D. No. 1. Toronto. O. 

Riddle, Alary Evelyn R.D. No. 1. Toronto. O. 

Ridley. Jean Kr,-i;ier 2.%7 Ontario St.. Rarberton. O. 

Rieinensehn<-ider. Ralph R R.D. No. 2. I niontot^n. O. 

Riesterer, Oscar Dan <>!► Norman St., .Vkron, O. 

Riley. Clare 213.S LawTenee St.. Toledo. O. 

Riley. Jtihn Edward Dover, O. 

Riley. Tad Louise Rrookfield, O. 



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Hlpley, Genevieve Louise R.D. Xo. 2, Kent, O. 

Rlnhko, Andrew 2622 AV. llfh St.. Cleveland, O. 

Riteh. Florenee Josephine, .175 Atlantic St., >.K.. A\ arren, O. 

Ritchie, Rupert Reed Brnii.swieli, O. 

Robart. John Max Snsarereek, O. 

Robenstine, Roy Leslie Mosadore, O. 

Roberson, Geneva Betty 141 S. Mantua St., Kent, O. 

Roberts, Alberta Jane.. 1123 Clarendon St., N.AV.. Canton, O. 

Roberts, Uoris llleen AVayland, O. 

Roberts, Frances Ruth..1l:!:{ Clarendon St., X.AV., Canton, O. 
Roberts, Harriet lOlizabeth . . . . H)7!> K. S2iid St.. Cleveland, O. 

Roberts, ^lar^-aret Louise ;W7 lddinf;'s St., \\'arreii, O. 

Robertson. James Harvey 44<[ >lcGo\van St.. Akron, O. 

Uoliertsoii, >lartiii \ :{4«0 >leadoivbrook Blvd., 

Clevehmd Heights, O. 

Robinson, Christine Sll E. Main St., Kent. O. 

Robinson, Kdivard Tine 1(»S4 7th Ave., Akron, O. 

Robinson. Mary Klizabeth State St., \e« Waterford. O. 

Roddn, Tom Herbert 124 Summit St., A\'ads>vorth, O. 

Ro<lerick, Robert 1. .">l(l \. Howard St.. Akron, O. 

Rodkey. Leonard 1,.. Jr. ...-'(11 Chicago Ave.. VonnBstoivn. O. 

RoBcrs, Betty Belle :US Conrtiand St., Wellinston, O. 

Rohlf. Hilda tiwendolyn R.U. \o. 2. Bo.v l.->!>. Kent. O. 

Roland. Floyd Raymond Fast Canton. O. 

Romlto, Joe Thomas 20S Hazeii St., Ravenna. (>. 

Roniito, Joseph Vito S.-, Cowles .Vve.. Bedford. O. 

Rongone, I'earl .Vl.S Broadway, Cuynhojia Falls, O. 

Rosenberger, Carl Leonard .. S<11 Dana St., .\.F.. Warren. O. 

Ross, Nancy Fli/.abeth 1(>2» Main St., Wellsville, O. 

Ross, Walter FuKcne 471 Stow St.. Cuynhosn I'all.s, O. 

Rossetti. Herman Paul 1(114 7th St.. \.F.. Canton, O. 

Rotherninnd, Jane 1S!I Poland Ave.. Strnthers, O. 

Rotondo, Cathryn B Yorkville. O. 

Rowley, Donald F 403 X. DePeyster St„ Kent. O. 

Ruble. Kvelyn Marie Glennionnt. C). 

Ruble. Jean 11(17 >. Main St.. Akron. O. 

RlHldy, (ienevieve 130 Grant St., l,owellville, O. 

Rufener, Martha Eleanor R.D. .\o. 2. Kent. O. 

Rutf, Mnvine C Bayard. O. 

RuBBles. Arthur J...2.">1>4 E. Bailey Rd.. CuyahoRa Falls. O. 
Rllf£Kles. Dorothj- (iaynelle . . R.D. No. I, Cujaho^a Falls, O. 

Kummell, Shiriej 1 4:t2^t Southern Blvd.. YoiiiiBsttiwii. O. 

Runk, Dorothy Marion ... 24112 I'^ront St., Ciiyahof::a Falls, O. 
Rank, MarRiierite l*earle . . 24!>2 I-'ront St.. Cii^ahoKa Falls. O. 

Ruotr. Thaise Marleah 1S3!) Charles St.. Cleveland, O, 

Rns.sell, Doris .\iitiiiiiii 17J>1 Cr:i\vford St., Cleveland, O. 

Russell. Norman i'ierec .*i.*>7 S. I,incoln St.. Kent. O. 

Russo, Charles Robert 1121» Ashbury St., Cleveland, O. 

Rata, Stella Lueia 140."> E. 120th St., Cleveland. O. 

Rutter, Evelyn Joy 40.S Drummond St.. Hubbard. O. 

Ryan. Paul A 182 E, Georp:e St., Marion, O. 

Rybnk, l-'raneis James R.D. .No. 2, Hudson, t>. 

Ryhak. Jean Fniily R.D. No. 2, Hudson. O 

Rychlik. Dorothy Helen «03 E. Main St., Kent, O. 

Saekett, Charles Milton R.D. No. ;i. Kent, O. 

Saekett, Esther nlanehe R.D. No. ;{, Kent, O. 

Sneer, Ruth Phyllis . .(!(!0 Tailmadf^e Rd.. CuyahoKa Falls, O. 

Snlben, Rosemae (13!^ Hudson .Vve.. Akron. O. 

Snker, Sylvia Marie ll.">7 Ed(i'ewood A\'e., Warren. (). 

Salandra. 3larie Antonnette 3.S w'ood St.. Niles. (). 

Salem. Eniil 407 LiviuK.sttuvn St., Akron, O. 

Salpeter, I^ois 1>.S.S Copley Rd.. Akntn, O. 

Snlreno, .\nsela >Iarie .'{(J7 Divi.sion .St., Vouiiprstown. O. 

Salxer, Louis W Chesterlaiid. O. 

.Sands. Mary Rita 431 Liberty St., Conneaut. O. 

.Sanner, Ho>vard Chester 20(t W'ardnale Rd.. Sto^v, O. 

Sanner, N<ilaa James. . .544 Mjrtle Ave.. Cii^:iIiok:i F;iI1s, O. 

Sanor, Stella Mae R.D. No. 1, Hanoverton, O. 

Sansone. Sam .lohn 1(1411 Rosehill St.. Cleveland, (>. 

Sassaman, Hetty .lane R.l>. No. 1, Alliance, O. 

Sauer, Ronald .\rthur. . . .>I:ison Terra<'e, Lake St., Kent. O. 

Snukkoni>n. Irma W 17444 Broadway, >I.'iple Heights. (>. 

Saviers. Dorothy Louise East Palestine, O. 

Searpetti. Arthur Oliver S(,3 Gorpre Blvd.. .Vkron, O. 

Schaefer, Berni<*e Louise R.D. .N<t. .5, Salem, (>. 

Schaetfer, Betsy Ruth 1.S20 Oak St., YouuBstown. <). 

.St'haetzle. Josei>h A 12(H^ Berwin St.. Akron, <>. 

Sehaub, Emmet H...37."J3 Harvard Evt., H.D. No. 2. Canton, O. 

Scheck, Robert Earl S7(; Corley St., Akron. O. 

Seherer, tJrace B 22(! S. Pearl St., Kent, O. 

Sehen, .Vlyce Lenore 1421 Ilth St., .N.W'.. Canton, O. 

Sehieve. Henriette Minne .3211 NV. 41st St.. Cleveland. O. 

Sehild. Reed Linder .345 Van St., Barberton, O. 

Schilmiller. Donald Richniand . . . 1375 Copley Rd., Akron, O. 

Sehllmiller. Mary Eliene 1375 Copley Rd., Akron. O. 

Sehle<'ht. Helen Marianne 432 E. Prospect St., t-iriird, O. 

SchlcKcl, Harold Christian 325 N. Willow St., Kent, O. 

SehlesinKer, Betty Mae 1S51 Kaybnrn Rd.. Cleveland, O. 

Schmidt. Helen tiertrude. . . . 727 Bra<ly .\ve.. SteubeiiAille, O. 

Schmidt, Verna Mae 3(124 ftth St., S.W'., Canton, O. 

Schmltt, Edward F...203 MarBuerite St.. CuyahoKa Falls, O. 

Schneider, Helen Ruth 2501> Third St.. N.W'.. Canton, O. 

Schneider, A\'illiani Anthony R.D. No. 2, t^rnfton, O. 

Schnur, Marie Pauline MJinehester RcL, Akron. O. 

Sehoffman, Linci»lii .loseph .S.52 Wall St., Akron, O. 

Sehoffman, Victor Edward 8.52 Wall St., Akron, O. 

Sehoonver, Lloyd Frederic 104 Rhodes Ave.. Akron, O. 

Schorr, Esther 1 1.50 Merchant St., Marion. O. 

Sehray, Mary Leonn 14(i(l Delia Ave., Akron, O. 

Sehroyer, Hilda Lee R.D. No. 2, AVarren, O. 

Schumacher, Dorothy E 17(>7 17th St., Cnyahosa Falls, O. 

Schtime. John 2(512 Shirley Rd., Voungstoivn, O. 



Schwendeman, Donna (irnce. .21.57 AV. 101st St., Cleveland, O. 

Scobie, .lames B Peninsula, O. 

Scriintoii, Pierce Edward 250 Rice St., Alliance, O. 

Scribner, Robert Bruce Mill St., Conneaut, O. 

Scullion, Donald 9(i(> Elbon Rd., Cleveland Heights, O. 

Season, Dorothy E 2044 Sixth St., CuyahoKa Falls, O. 

Sebastian, .Vrthur Jacob.. 11010 Clifton Blvd., Cleveland, O. 

Sebastian, Edward Keyes . . 1101!> Clifton Blvd.. Cleveland, O. 

Secrest, Edith Mae .54 

Seeds, M. I^yniiettc . . . . R.D. No. 



Seeinan, Arleiie Lucille. 
Seescln>ltz, .>lary .\iin. . 
ScBer, William Delbert . 
Seikel. Betty 



N. Third St., Rittman, O. 

HnstiuBS RfL, 

Cuyahoga Falls. O. 

419 Pratt St., Ravenna, O. 

.401 Third St., N.W'., Canton, O. 

321 E. Erie St.. Kent, O. 

. .220 NV. Slingiufl' St., Dover, O. 



Sekercs, Elmer Charles :141 Black St., Akron, O. 

.Sell, James lOdw. . .2(JS0' Maple^ood Ave., Cnyahosa Falls, O. 

Scaerchia. "^larie Florence 42S Myrtle St.. Ravenna. O. 

SenBlar, Lillian Veronica R.D. No. 3, Kent, O. 

Seme, Harold Summers ... .27455 Lake Rd., Bay Village, O. 

.Seymour. Je:iii l'^r:iin'e.s . . . . 144 N. Meriflian St., Ravenna, O. 

Shatt'er. Barbar.-i I'^mily 124 Streetsboro Rd.. Hudson. O. 

Shatter. E^el>n Ethellene 447 CliyahoBa St., Kent, O. 

Shatter. Harold Dale Hartvilie, O. 

Shank, EuBcne L. 1084 Hieh St., CuyahoKa Falls. O. 

Shank. Marion Edward R.D. No. 1, Homerville. O. 

Shanower. Molly Jane S12 Ifllh St., N.W.. Canton, O. 

Sharp, Raymond 1> 302 Beaver St.. Akron, O. 

Sharp. William John 300 W oodard Ave., Kent, O, 

Shary, Vera R.D. No. 1. Ravenna, O, 

Shaw. Betty Jane 19 Tritt St., Sawyerwood, O. 

Slia«". .lean Elizjibeth A'ini'ent Rd., Silver Lake, O. 

Shaw. Lois Belle 23S W. Main St., Canfleld, O. 

Shaw. William D 319 E. 340th St., W illouKhby, O. 

Sheary, Leslie EiiKcne 40 Edward Ave.. Akron. O. 

Sheche, Carl A 501 Olney .Vve.. Marion, O. 

Sheer.s, GeorKC B.. Jr.,.. 1022 BenniiiKton Ave., Massillon, O. 

....327 Korman .St., Massillon, O. 

. . .32K CambridKC St.. Elyria, O. 

4(V9 E. Main St., Kent. O. 

.411 Oak Knoll. VoiiiiKStoivn. O. 

..547 EdKe«'ooil Ave., Akron, O. 

Poland. O. 

Caaton, O. 



Sheffler, Geraldiiie Loretta . 

Sheldon, Ruth ,Vnn 

Shepard, Mjrtle Lucille. . . . 

Sherlock. Ruth Evelyn 

Sherman. Sam L 

Sherrill, Verda Marjorie .303 Main St., 

Shetler. Betty Lou 349 Harter Ave.. N.W".. 



Shields, Eleanor Alice R.D. No. 1, Lowellville, O. 

Shirk. Sarah Louise 749 .Noah Ave.. Akron, O, 

Shive, Marjorie Jane ISIS Fra»;er St., N.W .. Canton, O. 

Shivley. Grace Lydia R.D. No. 1. W indham, O, 

Shook, Loel G 1002 2nd St., Cnyahosa Falls. O. 

Show. Whitlaw M Main and ,Sth St.. S.W., Massillon, O. 

Shriller. GeorKC -V 11.53 .Sunset Vie^v Dr., .\kron. O. 

Shnllo. tieorK'e Ralph 932 Oakland, Ave., Akron, O. 

Shumaker. >larj- Edna Fpper Sandusky, O. 

Sichert, VirRii J 077 Patterson Ave.. Akron. O. 

SiKrist, .MarKaret A'lvian . . . .440 Lindenwood Ave., Akron, O. 

Sill. Bertha Jean 440 Fairchild St., Kent, O. 

Silsby, Haaiel Fay 1443 Dill Ave., South Euclid. O. 

Simkins, El wood Bertie R.D. No. 1, Snffleld, O. 

.Siinonds. Myrtle Lucille Hudson, O. 

Simons. Orlie H 815 Hudson Rd., Kent, O. 

.Simpkiiison. Halley Chas...202 E. Freedom St.. Ravenna, O. 
Simpson, Bruce Harolil . . . . 1.8(»4 Wyiuore .St., E. Cleveland, O. 
Simpson. Elspeth Marian. R.D. No. 1. Box 10.8, E. Akron, O. 
Simlison. Jean Brunton . .4(t21 .Vrdiiial Ave., E. Cleveland. O. 

.Simpson, Rachel Box 22.3, Garrettsville, O. 

.Siiidledecker. Cli:irles La^vrenee Ne«'ton I'^alls. O. 

SiiiKcr. Doris Kathleen Adena. O. 

SiuElcy, Adele .V 19.32 E. 110th St., Cleveland, O. 

.Siv<»n, I,yiiu Edmond E. Main St.. Ravenna, O, 

Skove, Alice Lenoy. 17000 Maple Hts. Blvd., Maple Hts., O. 

Slabnch, Edna Scott 121S 24th St., Canton, O. 

.SIeinmoii.s, Dora Mae M:irket St., Navarre, O. 

Smith. Bette Jeannette .521 Woodbine St., "Willard, O. 

Smith. Betty Louise 084 Main St., Conneaut, O, 

Smith, Bonilyn Marie R.D. No. 2, Elyria. O. 

Smith. D. Frances 493(i Oakland Dr.. Lyndhurst. O. 

Smith, Dorothy Pe:irl..703 Sheldon Ave.. CnyahoKa Falls, O, 

Smith, lOliittra VirKinia ItlooniiiiKdale, O. 

Smith. lOloise Blanche 114 Second St., Niles, O. 

Smith, E. Elizabeth 38 Church St.. Hudson, O. 

Smith, taibert Davis R.D. No. 2. Ravenna. O. 

Smith, Glenn Orin 1.5;t9 7th St., CuyahoRa Falls. O. 

Smith. James T.. .3292 E. ScarbornuKh Rd„ Cleveland Hts., O. 

Smith, .leaniie lOsther T:illniadKe. O. 

.Smith, Kyle Stephans 12<V Burton, Ave.. .Vkron, O. 

Smith. Leiaiid D:ile 1.57.5 HuKuel«*t St., .Vkron, O. 

Smith. LeRoy Charles., 703 .Sheld<»ii Ave., Cnyahosa Falls, O. 
Smith, LeRoy EnKlehart . . 2035 1.8th St.. CuyahoKa Flails, O. 

Smith, MarsJiret L 191 Holly^vi>od -Vve., Voiinsstown, O. 

Smith. Marie Audell Box 30 Canal Fulton, O. 

Smith, ^larjorie Ed^vina R.D. No. 3, Ravenna, O. 

Smith. Nellie V 1.50 Rhodes Ave., Aliron, O. 

Smith, Robert Folser , , , , 2<i90' Third St.. Cuyahosa Falls. O. 

Smith. Robert tieorse Diamonil, O. 

Smith, Russell l^yall,,703 Sheldon Ave., Cnyahosa Falls, O. 
Smith, Ruth Ijaierne , , 172!» Ltins^voofl Ave., South Euclid, O. 



.Smith, Siizannn >Iarie. 



,1.327 



"erndale St., N.W'., Canton, O. 



Smith, Viola Marie 17011 Franklin Blvd., Lakewood, O. 

Smith Violet June R.D., Rnrkhili, O. 

Smith, NVinifred J., ,2783 Norwood Ave., Cuyahosa Falls, O. 

Snee. Mary Marsaret S24 Oak Ave., MassJIlon, O. 

Snyder. Adam EuKcne 18,3 Munroe Falls Rd., Stow, O. 

Snyder, Dorothy Josephine ,, .2049 E. 11.5th St., Cleveland, O, 



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Sliyiler, Ida Lucille \e«- ^liiliMetiiwii 

Snjder. .Inlie Delories 2040 K. Iloth St., Clevelaiiil 

Siijiler. Lillian LiH-ille K.IJ. \o. I. \\"«-lliiiK*oii 

Siiyilpr, Miltiin Haras r>77 Rhodes Ave.. Akron 

Snyder. N. I'helps i:ll!l .">tli SI., l.orain 

Snyder, Olive (iraee U.I). \o. '2. Iliil>l>ard 

Snyder, Pauline Louise \e»v Middleman 

Snyder, Rnth Constanee 17(MI4 Truav St., Cleveland 

Sliyiler, Sue 141(i Shorb St., X.W.. Canton 

Snyder, Veracraee Lakeniore 

Sortee, Kuniee Marie 204 l!lth St., \,i:.. Canton 

Sofraiiee, (ienevieve M US A>'illijiiiisoii .\ve., 

YounA"sto""n 

Sohner, Charles Richard 104 Ilei'k Ave., Akron 

Solaek, Stella 'I'herese 147 Dane St.. Amherst 

Soniers. Hlihard Theodore ... H.I). No. 1. tnj.-ihomi falls, 

Sophrin. Alan David 174:i llith St.. < nyahoKa Tails 

Spencer. Rosl>n tiertriide , . . 1 220 Warren Rtl., Lakewood 
Spidel, Klizabeth Irene .... (i:t."i \. ^\allash St.. Ilre^vster, 

Spratt, f;eory:e Cros])y !)7 ,Fe\vett St.. .Vkron 

Spratt, .L-iines A !)7 Jeivett St., .Vkron 

SpriBse'- Keith 11 Munroe i'alls 

Spriintter. I'reston R R.D. No. 2. NVads«orth 

Seiuires, fiertrnde Roberta R.I). \o. 1. Oberlin 

Stall'ord, K.dna I'earl !)11 Franklin SI.. Toronto. 

StalVord. M. Arlowene ."><> Blaine A » e.. Akron 

Staiif,-ir, .Nick l-'rank 7,"» Tremble St.. Campbell 

Stanford, ,loseph Itentnn 2S10 17th St., Akron 

Stanley, Kdna Marie R,n, \<i. 2. Ileloit 

Staples, James \ ernil 141 M.-irhofer Ave.. Sloiv 

Starkej", Rett.i .lean Center Rd.. \\ .-irreiis^ ilie, 

Starkey, Leila >lerle T214 S. River .\ve., Toron 

Starr, DiviKht I, add 2179 Stone St., Cuyahoga I'alls, 

Stault'er, llernice llerdine 2IKV4 Third St.. Canton 

Stautt'er. .limm> >liirriiy ."iO ^lain St.. lirceinvii-k 

Steckel. Harold i'.aliner Tli" \. Main St.. Akron 

Steele. Clyde .lohii 2n,S21 Recher St.. Kiulid 

Steele, Marie Doris ,">0% Murray Ave., >Iiiierva 

Steele. I'hj His Marj" St. Clair .\^e., Kast Liverpool 

Steese, Klizabi'th ,laiie ^iU\ CloAerd;ile .\Ae., .\kr«ni 

.Stefanik, >lilan .">702 Denistin .\ ^ e., ChM'eland 

Stcfanosky. .Joseph Stephen R.l). Hov 10!(. Moiladore 

.Steiner, ,lohn Vernon 121)2 Diagonal Rd„ Akron 

Steinert, ,lohn Main St., >e».«o. 

Steiiihaiiser. Ruth lieraldine 202!) Reiiton St., .Vkron 

Stelson. -\ll.-l AVooley .%40 S. Lincoln St.. Kent 

Stephens, Martha 10le,-inor 774 Chalker St.. .Vkron 

Stephens. Robert Lincoln l.sio Carter .-Vve.. .Vkron 

.Sternail, Marcia Jane Rit-hinond Rd.. >I;icedoiii:i 

Stevens. L:1iiM>r >lae Valley Citj 

Stevens, ,leanette F. . .259 Roosevelt .\ve., Cn>.'iho;^a l-\-ills 

Stewart. DwiKht \ 402 S. Willow St.. Kent 

Stewart. Klnier Carl...4S!t2 K. !)7th St., fiarfleld Heights 

Stewart, Hugh II 402 S, « illow St.. Kent 

Ste«art. R;ichcl Leona Cnniberland 

Ste^vart, A'iruinia Hope S05 Spruce St.. l'.l>ria 

Stiles, Norma 1!I0,~> Staunton Rd., Cleveland Heights 

Stock, ,leaii Kliz:ibetli 022 Logiiii St., T<»r*»iito 

Slockdale, Rob Ftlmonds 2*t4 S. Walnut St.. Ravenna 

Stoi'kinK. llilaii .Vrthur 001) l*attersoii .V^e.. .Vkron 

Stockman, Rich.'ird K 70M llndson Rd.. Stow 

Stockman, Robert H 7S:{ Hudson Rd.. Slow 

Stoia, Citnielia .Vnna :^{^I2 \\ ilsim .Vve., C:iinpbell 

Stokes. .Vrthur .loseph 142 S. >laiii St., Hudson 

Stoll, W ilda firiswold . .211!) Second St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Stoll, W. Stuart 2110 Second St.. Cuyahoua Falls 

St<iiielnirner. Don a hi W liite S:iles\ ille 

Strahl. >l;ir> Mxivine 224 L:iwrence .St,, Ita\'enna 

Strain, Mary FJeanor 101." W. Nine St.. Alliance 

Strainic. Peter John ISO.S K. I.rith St.. Cleveland 

Straiich, Lois Jean Oi:{ Hiith Vve., S.W .. Canton 

Strauss. Reitta Vnu 10<> Churchill Rd.. (;irard 

Stribley. Rex < arl 402 W olcott Vve.. Kent 

Strohl. Retty .lane lOls \a\arre Rd.. Canti>n 

Strohl. Dale W lOIS Navarre Rd.. Canton 

Strone. Florence Viola 2:lS East KinK St.. I hardon 

Stroup. .Vtlce Levere Ilomeworth 

Stubcr, William Dunlap is:tl 7th St.. Cuyahoga Falls 

Stueve. Robert W illi,-ini ISOO (;ranlhani St., Cleveland 

Stump, Louise l-^liiMtr 402^t Itrooklyn St,, Cleveland 

Stiiuii), Robert Donald 424! K. Main St., Kent, 

Siidcro^v. >l;ir> Coiisnelo Canal Fulton 

Sliitt, William i;. W. .11!>7 Ha»;elwood St.. S.F.. N\ arren 
Sullivan. Don.-ild Ri«-harfl . . . . 2.*>4> :)I:irion Ave.. Paines^ille, 

Sullivan, Frncst 427 .s, Sy<-aiiiore .Vve.. Ravenna 

Snndheimer, .Vrlciie Mae.. 222 Clarendon St,, S.W ., Canton 

Suppes, tiertrtiile E 217 N. Firestone Rl\d., Vkron 

Siippes, Mar.iorie L 217 N. Firestone Blvd,, Akron 

Sutton, Howard AVilliain 2:{,"!7 ir.th St., N",F„ Canton 

Swalloiv, Ch.'irles Wllli:iin . . . ti<)2 Vincent Illvd., .Vlli:iiice 

Swjiii, >I:ie ,)e:iniie 1,S4 I-;. T.-illinadKe -Vve., .Vkr«m 

Swan, MarBaret Flinor 102:! 0th St., Cuyahoga Falls 

Swanda. Fvelyn Mae ..20,SO2 HiBhKrove Vve., Majile His. 

S«arta:, Donald M 17:tO 1'hird St., S.l",., Canton 

.S^asey, I'red Harold, ,lr 42.S Lawrence St., Ravenna 

Sweareimin, lilaily.s Mjie 70 lOuclid .Vve.. Dela^va 

S^vedish, Frank 10O7 l->ankliii Ave., Kent 

S«eene>-, Bob Fraiu'is 22S \\ . Miller .Vve., Akron 

Sxab«», ,loseph ,)ohii Br:iiiiard Rd.. W;(rreii.sville 

Sznsz, Emilia iaS4 S. Webb .Vac., .Vlliance 

Sxenesh, Rose Ella R,I). No. 1, East Orwell 



Tabler, Charles John 22 Coiiley .V^e., Newark, O. 

Tail, Robert Neadeaii ... 179,12 Canterliurj- Ril., Cleveland, O. 

Tallenlire. John R....21i:{ Oaknood Dr., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Ta> lor. Daraild R.D. No. 2. Kent. O. 

T:i>lor. Donald Preston 1 40 l-';iwcelt CI.. <'ailti>ii. O. 

Taylor. Frank Ravniond 14 ilroail St.. Newton Falls. O. 

Taylor, (ilailjs Dorothy 2201 E, !>.->th St., Cleveland, O. 

Taylor, Jack R.D. No. 2, Kent, O. 

Taylor. Martha J ."il.'i Riverside St., NVellsvilli-. O. 

Taylor. R.-ilph .loseph S|2 l-'onrth St.. Marictl.-i. O. 

TecKarden. Edith Rnth R.l). No. 2. (uyahoua l.ills. O. 

Teets. Lucille Charlotte 120 Hi^h St.. Ne^% Lciiul O. 

TeLindc. Don.'ild l-:d%%ard 1204 Laird St.. .\kroii, O. 

Terrill. Mrs. Lilli.'in Ciiinmins 20O Craiii .Vve,, Kent, O. 

Terrill. Wilfred Ilenceroth SiiDield. O. 

Tcwcs. l)oii:ild I):irrell .117 Ori'hiird St.. It.'Mciin.'i, O. 

Thcobilld, tieor;^e Edivjird . .2791 Scr:iiiton RiL, Cle^chiml, O. 

Th(»nias. .Viinabelle L... Silver I^xike Blvd.. Cny.'ihou'.'i l-','ills, O, 

Thomas, Bessie Theresa R.I). No. 2, Chesterlanil. O. 

Thomas, Cli:irles C>rii.s 402 .lelVcrson St., R;iveiiii:i. O. 

Tliom:is. l-'.stella Mae 402 .lelYerson St.. Ra\enna. O. 

Thomas, Harry E. ...">07 Tallniadite Rd.. (nyahoKa Falls. O. 

Thomas. Martha Jane 0O2 N. Main St.. Niles. O. 

Thomas. Ray SriO Talbot Ave.. Vkron, O. 

Thom.-is, Virginia E. S40 TallinadKe Rd.. < u^iahoua Falls. O. 

Tliompson, Charles Elmer R.l). No. 1. I'oronlo. O. 

Tliompscin. Dorothy Iris 402 I!.-ivler St., >Ie<lina. O. 

Thompson, I'^lorence E,...*il7 W. .liiilson St., VoiinRstown, O. 

Tlioni|isofi. Harvey Gray Garfield. O. 

Thoinpsoii. M:iru:irel K VVa> nesbnrji. O. 

Thompson. P.-iul ti.-ilen .%2 Davis St.. Sharon. Pa. 

Tint. Howard S 2;t!> Wadsworlh St.. Cu>:ilio«a l-'alls. O. 

Timuions. Martha LiK'ille R.l). No. 2. Chagrin Falls. O. 

Tinstman. Herbert Stevens 4SO Wildwood Ave.. Akron. O. 

Tilsi'hinser, Margaret Helen Route 0, vlansfield. O. 

Tobaseo. .Viidrew Lai^ rein-e . 227 Oak St.. Ne^vton I'alls. O. 

Tocus. Euy;eiie Siiein'cr. . . .1004 Ste^v.-irt St., VoiiiiK'stown, O. 

'I'iill. W:i>iiiaii I.ilo>tl 1012 .stadelmaii .Vve., .Vkron, O. 

Toma.sheska, ,)ack Main St,, Clrxit'ton, O. 

Tilth. Emma Jean 2402 14fh St.. N.E.. C.-inInn, O. 

Towner. W illiani Robert Brady Lake. O. 

To/.er, Ranila N 211S Front St.. Cuyahoua Falls. O. 

Tozer, Zoe 2,11S Front St., Ciiyahoaa Falls. O. 

Tra<-h.sel, .Vflrian .Varon Can.'il Fiillon. O. 

Tranionle. Don Ross R.I). No. 2. >lcdina. O. 

Tranter. Richard Joseph. 200 North Portaae Path. Akron. O. 

Trask. .Vila Cor,-il>ii 110 Center St.. Chardnn, O. 

Tredente. Mike Anlhony 249 E. XTtth St., Vshtabula, O. 

Tresiililer, Rc;^iii,-ild ,l.-inies 77!) Copley Rd.. .Vkron. O. 

Tribby. Claribel 24 Urookfleld Vve., Masiirv. O. 

Trommer, Paul Edward S.SS i o Rhodes Ave Akron. O. 

Trory. Hetty Jeanne 40 Tenth St.. Massillon, O. 

Troll, Delta Mae .124 Orchard St., Kent, O. 

Troyer. James Russell 1101 «. !(.Mh St.. Cleveland. O. 

Tro>er. Loris C AV:ilnnt Creek, O, 

Truby. Rnth Louise R.D. No. 2. Scio. O. 

Tryon. Mary Helen 1407 Rockaway St., Vkron. O. 

Tnleneik. Wendell Thomas .... 721 North 4th St.. Toronto. O. 

Tullis, Ralph H RoKers, O. 

Tiir,-ino, .Vnii'etns ,lanies 401O AVest .Vve., .Vshtabula, O. 

Tiirano. Halo Thomas 401O West Ave.. Vshtabula. O. 

Turk, Arlene Ethel R,I), No. 1. Kent. O. 

Turner. Betty Hiram. O. 

Turner. Clarence Howard 70 Russell Ave.. .Vkron. O. 

Turner. Dale Nash N". Road. Rittman. O. 

Turner. I)or4»lhy Marguerite 2;I7 2rith St.. Barberton. O. 

Tiiy, Helen R.D. No. .".. Coshocton, O. 

Tweed, Warren Charles 301 Hudson Rd.. Stow, O. 

'I'> nioi-hko, F^imeiie Jay North ,lackson, O. 

I ebel, Thora I) 1440 Lakeland Vve., Lakewood. O. 

I cbins. A irsinia Harriet 041 19th St.. N.AV., Canton, O. 

I lii'iiy, Eli/.,'ibelh R *.KAi Hcnnewood St., Salem, O, 

I liner, l)orotli> Louise 77 I''eiilon .Vve,, >Io;jadore, O. 

rimer, Je,-iii Rose 17.">2 10th St., CuyahoRa Falls, O. 

InKashick, Helen Louise 1204 Sth St., N.W.. Canton. O. 

I iitt.-ishick. Jane Vlice 1204 Sth St.. N.W.. Canton. O. 

I'pdesrraff. >Ion.-i .Vliee A'.-ile. Ore;ron 

I tier. Loren Clinton 110 N. Main St.. Vermilion. O. 

Vacha. Frederick Renjniniii .^OOO Fleet St.. Cleveland. O. 

VasrnoziRi, .Vnii,'i Ro.se .S9 S. Pro.spect St,. ^ i>uniist<nvii, O. 

Valentino. Isabelle Louise .. l.*>1 S. Ninth .St., stenbenville, O. 

Vallen, Katlir^n >I:ie AVest Richtield. O. 

Van Benschoten. Martha Ada . . . 74 Lake St.. Berlin Ills., O. 

Van Dorsten, Ruth E....70O McKinley St., S,VV„ Canton. O. 

Van Fleet. Robert:! .lean 0,'>O2 Liielda Ave., I*:irni;i. O. 

Van Iden. Starr Stanley . ..1!>23 Rlnestone Rd.. Cleve. Hts.. O. 

Vanoiise, Merle Iiia .1l.*» N\ oodard .Vve., Kent, O. 

Van Sl>ke. .Iiili.-ina F....4;I24 Bircliivood .Vve.. .Vsht.ibiila. O. 

Vargo. Siisann:i VIa>' ,S401 Woodl:ind .Vve.. Cleveland, O. 

V aiiKh.-in. Allan Twinsbiirs. O. 

Vaiiifhaii. i;iios Paul Twinsbnrp:, O. 

Verbanek, John Robert 1119 NV. lOlh St„ Lorain, O, 

Vetrano, Vi«*tor .loseph .. I 10." Coliiinbiis .\ve., Ashtabula. O. 

Vitanseli. Dominie Joseph .910 Lafayette St„ Canton, O. 

Vlad. Mary R.D. No. .•>. E. Market St., Warren, O. 

VoKelsand, Ralph Ellsworth R.D, No, 7^, Canton, O. 

Volk. Charlotte. . .1004 Quilliains St., Cleveland Heichts, O. 

Voss, Helen Irene 401 W", Columbia St.. Alliance, O. 

Viitech, Virg-inin E ....1711 Glenwood .Vve., Yoiinsstown, O. 



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Wasenhals, Mary F 1715 Oberlin Ct.. X.W., Canton, 

■\Vagrner. Elniin Datis Smith R.X>. Xo. 3, Hndson. 

AVagrner. Harold Parktr Peninsula Rrt.. Hudson 

"Wagoner, James AVilliani 3G."> Crosby St., Alvron, 

A^ aj^statt". Claire J.-.-.'SSO AV. Ever&'reen St„ Touns■sto■^^^l, 
M'ajrstatt', Claudia P. ...•>30 AV. Everprreen St., A'oung-sto-\vn, 

AVahl. Anne 2410 7th St., Cuyahoaa Falls 

AAaldern. Aiola Elnora lOOC AV. Main St., Ravenna, 

A\ aldvo&el, Robert La«reiioe. .92 S. Ha-n-liins Ave., Al^ron. 

AAallier, Ethel Louise 4487 AA . 104th St.. Cleveland, 

AA'allai'e, Alary Anna R.D. >o. S. AIahonins"to\vii, 

AA'alrath, A'ernon Arthur . .R.D. Xo. 2, Reloit, 

AA alsh. Thomas Ediv...3!)17 AVioklift'e Illvd., A"ounssto«n, 

AA'alters, A'eria Leora 220' Park«-ay St., Ra-*'eniia, 

AValther. AA'illiaiu James Uox 1>3. Maeedonia 

AValtJ'.. Mildred \ iolet 243.> Kith St.. X.AA ., Canton 

AA and.s, Ralph C 413 Fairehild St.. Kent 

AA'anii', Geraldine Mary 7." Eleventh St.. Allianoe. 

AAanti. Gladys Asnes . . . ..■!t>7 South Ave.. S.E.. Alassillon, 

A\ ard, Helen Gibson 2207 E. Slst St., Cleveland 

AAard. Isabrlle Ruth Xe« Alilford, 

AVard, Jaek Carter 35.% Pioneer St., Akron 

AVard, I.. Hoy R.D. No. 4. AA oodfleld, 

AVardinan. Ivatherine Jjine !>14 Avon St., Akron 

AVarner, Bill Gilbert 002 S. Hawkins Ave.. Akron 

A\ariier, Genevieve Mae l."V7 Ileek Ave., Akron 

AAarren. I.yle 1342 Highland Ave., Sprinsfleld 

AVast, y.ano 432 Campbell St.. Akron, 

AA'aterbnry. Franeie GG AA'andle Ave.. Bedford 

AA'atkins. Ben Earnest 14M1 Irriuftton St.. Alassillon, 

A\'atkins, James Paul Itil S, Garland St„ A'onuftstoAvn 

AA'atson, ,J<»hn AVilliain 1,3.87 Bro«"n St.. Akron, 

AVatts. John AA'illiam Box 120, AVayland 

AA'atts, Thoiu:i.s Campbell 03.S Avon St., Akron 

AA'atts, AVatson I.eon Box 120, AA aj land 

AA'earstler, Alildred Rhea AtAvater, 

AA'eatherford, J. Arnold R.D. No. S. Akron 

AA'eaver, Alarjorie AA'inifred >Iiuer:il City 

AA'eaver, Roger H Snffleld 

A\'ebb, Alice Alarie Austinburji" 

A\"eber, R. A'irjiinia . . . 1.50O Lincoln AA'ay, AA^est AlassilUtn 

A\'ebster, Dorothy Leilah Cook Rd., North Olmsted 

AA'egnian, Geor^ic Emmet Siiftield, 

AA'eil, Harold I. 4S,5 St. Leg'er Ave., Akron 

AVeir. Francis A 17S3 Rosedale St„ E. Cleveland 

AVei.s, Paul E 73S E. King St„ Lancaster, 

A\>l€lay, Robert LeRoy Seville, 

AAelker, Alartina AI 2903 Northland Ave., 

Ciiy:iho;i:i Falls 

AA^ells, ,Ieiinie Lee ,530 Hopoc:iii Ave., B;irberton, 

AA elsh, .\lvs Alarjorie .... 129 Divieht Ave.. S.E. Alassillon, 

AAendl. Elsie Theresa 37S5 E. l.->,3rd St., Cleveland 

AVerner. Dolly G 73 E. Cuyaho;;a Falls Ave., Akron, 

AAerthcimer, Bernard Al 430 Thomas Ct.. 

Cuyahojja Falls 
AVertheimer. David Alorrison . . . .420' Thomas Ct.. 

Cnyjihogia Falls, 

AA'esteott. Helen Paiuesville 

AVesttall. Elia-.abeth Ann 92 4th St., N.E.. Carrollton 

AVetiel, Alice H 178 South Alain St.. Hudson 

AA'eyniouth. Arleue E 1855 IGth St.. Cuyahosa Falls, 

AA'heeler, Robert Lee 002 Bejicon St„ Akron 

AA'heeler, AA'illiam Charles 73 AA'aii€lle Ave., Bedford, 

AA'herley, Paul B Stone Creek 

AAhite, Denxil AA" East Palestine 

AA'hite, Jim Alae 3408 IGth St., CuyahoRa Fall.s, 

AA^hite, ,Tennie Jean 123 \. Pro.spect St., Kent 

AVhite, AAilliam Allen R.D. No. 1, Box 110, Alosadore, 

AVhlteman, Phyllis L...430 Ashland Ave., Cuyahosa Falls 

AA'hitnian f^oui.se Emerson 14.5 S. Prospect St.. Kent 

AVhitman. Robert AA'illiam fi.81 Roslyn Ave.. .Akron 

AVhittakcr, Rutheda .AIae....3S2 Homewood St., A\'arren 

AA'hittle.sey, Alarjorie Jean 571 A'ine .St.. Kent 

AA icks, J. Roser Oil Sandusky St., Ashland 

AAilber, John Aernon 418 Kent Rd.. Stow 

AA'ilbur, Shirley LaAern 418 E. Kent Rd.. Sto-iv 

AA'ilcox, Glen Frederick 333 Brie St., Kent 

A\''ileox, AVilliam Freeman ... .11,5 Lafayette Rd., Aledina 

AA'ilder, James Bliss Box 3.50, North Olmsted 

AViles, Sylvan Lincoln 190 AA'est Park St., Rittman 

AVilhelm, Alarian Franz 219 Tod Lane, A'ounffstown 

A\'ilkin, AA'ajne AVendell ,512 Brittain Rd., Akron 



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AA'ilkinson, Floyd AA^esley Bath, O. 

AA'illimsen, Jeanette L R.D, No, 1, Cuyahogra Falls, O, 

AAilliams, Albert 368 St. Lcger Ave., Akron, O. 

AA illiams, Ernest Allen... 139 S. Canal St., Newton Falls, O, 

AAilliams, lone Edele 1024 Dan St., Akron, O, 

AAilliams, Joanne Holmes ... .3383 E. 13Sth St., Cleveland, O, 

AAilliams, Laverne .Phalanx Station, O, 

AAilliams, Alargaret Ann 71S 11th St., N.AA., C.-inton, O. 

AAilliams, AL-irgaret Lillian .. 130G Donald Ave., Lake«ood, O. 

AAilliams, Alaryan E 13C12 Alaplerow St., Cleveland, O. 

AA'illiains, Thomas Henry 12S.S Diagonal Rd., Akron, O. 

AAilliams, AAilliam Cecil. 1.551 18th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

AA'ilHamson, Claire Leon 978 AA", Alain St„ Kent, O, 

AA'illiamson, Harry Bernard . .3311 AV. 9Sth St.. Cleveland, O. 
AVillianison, Peggy Alarie. .20.53 14th St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

AAillmott, Ruth Alary 8,30 Kenyon St„ Akron. O, 

AA illoughby, Charlotte Joyce. . . .21110 AA'estlake Rd„ 

Rocky River, O, 

AA'ilson, Janice AIcLene 4450 Cedar Ave,. Cleveland, O. 

AA'ilson, Robert AA'ilson ... .3.5.5 Ea.st A'ermont .St., Sebring, O. 

AA'ineiuiller, Doris Alarilyn G3,8 Roslyn Ave., .Akron, O. 

AAiner, Charles AI 2.35 Lake St., Kent. O. 

AA'ise, Charles Alerrill R,D. No. 1, Kent, O. 

AA'ise, Clarice lona Alogadore, O. 

AA'ise, Robert Raymond 304 S. .Arlington St.. Akron, O. 

AA'ixom, AA'inifred Leola 110 Sexton St., Strnthers, O, 

AA'olcott, Betty R...2405 AA hitelaiv Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

AA'olf. Alartha .505 Second St.. Dunora, Pa 

AA'oUe, Alerritt C 2,513 Berk Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

AA'olfe, Hnby Lnella 127 Streetsboro St., Hudson. O. 

AAolfe. AValter J 30.38 Third St., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

AA'omer, Dorothy Eleanor 1,324 Hall Ave,, Lakeivood, O. 

AA'ood, Fred D 9515 Baltic Rd., Cleveland, O. 

AA'oods. Alary Jane 401 S. AAalniit St.. Ravenna, O. 

AA'oods, Airginia Eileen 401 S, AA'alnnt St., Ravenna, O, 

AA oodivard, Shirley R Box 1S5, Hiram, O. 

AA'orden. Carl Herbert 14137 Lorain Ave., Cleveland, O. 

AA'ork. Clifford P.. ."31 JIarguerite Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

AVorkinger, Lois Arlene Route No. 7, North Canton, O. 

AA'oyar, Peter 1,S,34 Java Ave., Akron, O. 

AA'rentmore, George AA' R.D.. Lockwood, O, 

AA'right, Alberta Ruth 728 AAoodland .Ave,, Elyria, O. 

AA'right, Norma Elizabeth .. 10,80 ,3rd St., Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

AA'right, Olive Alarie 1720 .8th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

AA'right, Rose Eileen G28 E. Summit St.. Kent, O. 

AA'right. AA ilbert H 57 Nottingham St.. Akron, O. 

AA'right. AA'illiam C 3543 Front St., Cnyahoga Fails, O. 

AA yatt, Lela Mae R.D. No. 1. AA adsivorth. O. 

A'auoesko, Alike Neflf , O. 

A'ates, Samuel D lOO Rhodes Ave., Akron, O. 

A oekey, Eva Alae Dover, O. 

A'oung, Clitford 412 AA . Liberty St., Hubbard, O. 

Aoung, Dale Ardys.R.D. No. 2, Canton Rd.. East Akron. O. 

A'oung. Harold C 230 Lowell Dr.. Kent, O, 

A'oiing, ,Ianet AA' Congress Lake, Hartville, O. 

A'onng, Jnlia Deane R.D. No. 1, Hopedale, O. 

A'oniig. Tbtlma Lillie R.D. No. 1, East Canton, O 

A'oung, AVilma Ethel 3340 IGth St.. Canton, O. 

A'ount, Rachel LaA era 30O E. Voris St., Akron, O. 

A'ontz, Airs. Indus Hall 71 First Ave., Alogadore, O. 

A'urchison. Anne 3([3 AA'ayne Ave.. A'onngsto^\'n, O. 

A'nrko, Irene 97 Bright Ave,, Campbell, O. 



aderecky, Alichael 

ahniser. AI. Leland 

;ij:ic. Alary 

ajaczko«"ski, Staiilej' A. 
eisler, Ruth Heleiie.... 
evalkink, Alargaret R. . 
iegler, Grace Ann 



...7033 Spatford Rd.. Cleveland. O. 
,3076 Third St.. Cnyahoga Falls, O. 
...303S Corning St.. Cleveland, O. 
...1031 Literary Rd., Cleveland, O. 
...1437 Shehy St., A'oung.stown, O. 
....71.8 E. Alain St., Louisville, O. 
831 Plymouth Ct., N.AA'.. Canton. O. 

3558 East 13,5th St., Cleveland, O. 

1755 S. .8th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O, 

Lucille AlarshalUille. O. 

Aljiry Elizabeth. .733 Glendora AA'e.. .Akron. O. 

immerman. Alary Lillian Smithville, O. 

immerman, Robert L 600 Dorchester Rd,, Akron, O. 

ngery, James AVallace. .309 Ray Ave.. New Philadelphia, O. 

ink. Dale E R.D. No. 1, North Canton, O. 

oiler, Phyllis Eulalia R.D. No. ,3, Paiuesville, O. 

ollinger, Josephine Alary Sterling, O. 

nercher, A'enus R.D. No. 4, Alillersburg, O. 



iemba, Billie Kay 
ler, A'iviau Oleta 
mmerinnn, Edna 
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